3x Chipotle

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    Dec 22, 2015 3:58 PM GMT
    Chipotle CMG should re think 2016.
    a third group of stores with an Ecoli outbreak

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  • Antarktis

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    Dec 22, 2015 5:40 PM GMT
    Ecoli usually come from people not washing their hands after taking a crap and then touching food and eating surfaces.
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    Dec 22, 2015 7:24 PM GMT
    Antarktis saidEcoli usually come from people not washing their hands after taking a crap and then touching food and eating surfaces.


    http://www.cdc.gov/ecoli/general/index.html

    "Infections start when you swallow STEC—in other words, when you get tiny (usually invisible) amounts of human or animal feces in your mouth. Unfortunately, this happens more often than we would like to think about. Exposures that result in illness include consumption of contaminated food, consumption of unpasteurized (raw) milk, consumption of water that has not been disinfected, contact with cattle, or contact with the feces of infected people. Some foods are considered to carry such a high risk of infection with E. coli O157 or another germ that health officials recommend that people avoid them completely. These foods include unpasteurized (raw) milk, unpasteurized apple cider, and soft cheeses made from raw milk. Sometimes the contact is pretty obvious (working with cows at a dairy or changing diapers, for example), but sometimes it is not (like eating an undercooked hamburger or a contaminated piece of lettuce). People have gotten infected by swallowing lake water while swimming, touching the environment in petting zoos and other animal exhibits, and by eating food prepared by people who did not wash their hands well after using the toilet. Almost everyone has some risk of infection."
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    Dec 22, 2015 7:53 PM GMT
    "due to a supply chain issue" icon_rolleyes.gif

    bitch, it's because of a bacterial outbreak in your food, not a "supply chain issue"
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    Dec 22, 2015 8:51 PM GMT
    And everyone thought they were above Taco Bell by going to Chipotle lol
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    Dec 22, 2015 9:27 PM GMT
    woodfordr said
    Antarktis saidEcoli usually come from people not washing their hands after taking a crap and then touching food and eating surfaces.
    http://www.cdc.gov/ecoli/general/index.html
    "Infections start when you swallow STEC—in other words, when you get tiny (usually invisible) amounts of human or animal feces in your mouth. Unfortunately, this happens more often than we would like to think about. Exposures that result in illness include consumption of contaminated food, consumption of unpasteurized (raw) milk, consumption of water that has not been disinfected, contact with cattle, or contact with the feces of infected people. Some foods are considered to carry such a high risk of infection with E. coli O157 or another germ that health officials recommend that people avoid them completely. These foods include unpasteurized (raw) milk, unpasteurized apple cider, and soft cheeses made from raw milk. Sometimes the contact is pretty obvious (working with cows at a dairy or changing diapers, for example), but sometimes it is not (like eating an undercooked hamburger or a contaminated piece of lettuce). People have gotten infected by swallowing lake water while swimming, touching the environment in petting zoos and other animal exhibits, and by eating food prepared by people who did not wash their hands well after using the toilet. Almost everyone has some risk of infection."


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  • muscleONmuscl...

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    Dec 22, 2015 10:21 PM GMT
    woodfordr said
    Antarktis saidEcoli usually come from people not washing their hands after taking a crap and then touching food and eating surfaces.


    http://www.cdc.gov/ecoli/general/index.html

    "Infections start when you swallow STEC—in other words, when you get tiny (usually invisible) amounts of human or animal feces in your mouth. Unfortunately, this happens more often than we would like to think about. Exposures that result in illness include consumption of contaminated food, consumption of unpasteurized (raw) milk, consumption of water that has not been disinfected, contact with cattle, or contact with the feces of infected people. Some foods are considered to carry such a high risk of infection with E. coli O157 or another germ that health officials recommend that people avoid them completely. These foods include unpasteurized (raw) milk, unpasteurized apple cider, and soft cheeses made from raw milk. Sometimes the contact is pretty obvious (working with cows at a dairy or changing diapers, for example), but sometimes it is not (like eating an undercooked hamburger or a contaminated piece of lettuce). People have gotten infected by swallowing lake water while swimming, touching the environment in petting zoos and other animal exhibits, and by eating food prepared by people who did not wash their hands well after using the toilet. Almost everyone has some risk of infection."

    Funny how we are always hearing about E. coli outbreaks at fast food places but rarely at places that serve unpasturized juices like whole foods. I'd say eating at your average fast food joint is a lot more dangerous than drinking properly prepared and dated raw juice and dairy. Every time you eat at a fast food joint you are trusting your health to the hygiene habits of bored and careless teenagers. Good luck!
  • muscleONmuscl...

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    Dec 22, 2015 10:23 PM GMT
    BP201 saidAnd everyone thought they were above Taco Bell by going to Chipotle lol
    guilty as charged. But Taco Bell is still the hepatitis champ
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    Dec 22, 2015 10:35 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    woodfordr said
    Antarktis saidEcoli usually come from people not washing their hands after taking a crap and then touching food and eating surfaces.
    http://www.cdc.gov/ecoli/general/index.html
    "Infections start when you swallow STEC—in other words, when you get tiny (usually invisible) amounts of human or animal feces in your mouth. Unfortunately, this happens more often than we would like to think about. Exposures that result in illness include consumption of contaminated food, consumption of unpasteurized (raw) milk, consumption of water that has not been disinfected, contact with cattle, or contact with the feces of infected people. Some foods are considered to carry such a high risk of infection with E. coli O157 or another germ that health officials recommend that people avoid them completely. These foods include unpasteurized (raw) milk, unpasteurized apple cider, and soft cheeses made from raw milk. Sometimes the contact is pretty obvious (working with cows at a dairy or changing diapers, for example), but sometimes it is not (like eating an undercooked hamburger or a contaminated piece of lettuce). People have gotten infected by swallowing lake water while swimming, touching the environment in petting zoos and other animal exhibits, and by eating food prepared by people who did not wash their hands well after using the toilet. Almost everyone has some risk of infection."


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    Aw man. I never thought about that, sigh....
  • wild_sky360

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    Dec 22, 2015 11:06 PM GMT
    A bad rap for a progressive company. I'll reserve judgement. Employee hygiene seems unlikely across multiple markets. It's most likely a raw ingredient. How well can you really wash cilantro without destroying it? ...for example.
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    Dec 22, 2015 11:12 PM GMT
    woodfordr said
    Lumpyoatmeal saidI'm telling you, it's from rimming.   icon_twisted.gif
    Aw man. I never thought about that, sigh....

    On the other hand, as someone here pointed out the last time I raised this issue, we don't hear about many gay men getting sick from E. Coli. Or maybe they do but we don't hear about it because they think it's just a 24 hour flu bug. Or maybe gay men have developed E. Coli antibodies from rimming.

    Let's face it, douching with plain water is not going to kill the E. Coli and using anything stronger is likely not a good idea for your GI health.
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    Dec 22, 2015 11:22 PM GMT
    Lumpyoatmeal said
    woodfordr said
    Lumpyoatmeal saidI'm telling you, it's from rimming.   icon_twisted.gif
    Aw man. I never thought about that, sigh....
    On the other hand, as someone here pointed out the last time I raised this issue, we don't hear about many gay men getting sick from E. Coli. Or maybe they do but we don't hear about it because they think it's just a 24 hour flu bug.

    Hmm, I just had an idea; maybe this is why some guys think that the flu vaccine is a waste of time; they had a bout of E. Coli from rimming not long after they'd had a flu shot.
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    Dec 23, 2015 7:06 AM GMT
    Antarktis saidEcoli usually come from people not washing their hands after taking a crap and then touching food and eating surfaces.


    No, that's Hepatitis A

    E. Coli is usually caused from cross contamination or run offs from cattle farms onto other produce. It can also be caused from improper food handling and cooking.

    It is not caused by someone who doesn't wash their hands after using the restroom.

    Take a basic health class or so some research online.
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    Dec 23, 2015 7:09 AM GMT
    Import said"due to a supply chain issue" icon_rolleyes.gif

    bitch, it's because of a bacterial outbreak in your food, not a "supply chain issue"


    I know. They are so full of shit. I will never eat and chipotle again. I have actually seen less people eating at the one down the street from my apartment complex than I used to before the outbreak in Portland, Oregon.

    Sad to see, but being honest will get them more business.

    They need to supply the medical bills for those who got and are sick from E.Coli.

    Talking about some bullshit.
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    Dec 23, 2015 7:29 AM GMT
    1. What did you expect from a Mexican restaurant? It happens all the time and worse in various places here in the SouthWest
    2. Organics are contaminated, they are not radiated like Taco Bell.


    So reconside making your own and washing the stuff good!!
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    Dec 23, 2015 4:14 PM GMT
    I'm a guy who used to go to Chipotle about once a month. I read yesterday their stock is down approximately 30% of what it was last August.
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    Dec 23, 2015 4:39 PM GMT
    Jockbod48 saidI'm a guy who used to go to Chipotle about once a month. I read yesterday their stock is down approximately 30% of what it was last August.

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  • MarvelBoy23

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    Dec 23, 2015 5:30 PM GMT
    Conjecture:


    http://www.naturalnews.com/052405_Chipotle_ecoli_outbreak_corporate_sabotage_biotech_bioterrorism.html
  • wild_sky360

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    Dec 23, 2015 11:06 PM GMT
    MarvelBoy23 saidConjecture:


    http://www.naturalnews.com/052405_Chipotle_ecoli_outbreak_corporate_sabotage_biotech_bioterrorism.html


    This crossed my mind as well when I read about the rare strain that was discovered. It really isn't that much of a leap when you consider their very well known legal tactics to destroy people with financial coersion or their legal bribery of legislatures.
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    Dec 24, 2015 1:35 AM GMT
    wild_sky360 said
    MarvelBoy23 saidConjecture: http://www.naturalnews.com/052405_Chipotle_ecoli_outbreak_corporate_sabotage_biotech_bioterrorism.html
    This crossed my mind as well when I read about the rare strain that was discovered. It really isn't that much of a leap when you consider their very well known legal tactics to destroy people with financial coersion or their legal bribery of legislatures.

    I forget where I read it but a year or so ago there was a story in the news about Celestial Seasonings teas, where their harvesting practices or something gave their teas an excess of pesticides or something bad like that. It turned out that the "analysis" of their practices or teas was funded by some investment group which had put out a short sell (I'm not sure of the investment terminology) on Celestial Seasonings a week or so prior to the analysis being released to the press. Meaning that they knew that the CS stock would go down and they'd make a killing.

    Of course it's possible that the analysis was correct and valid and that the investment company had heard something through the grapevine about CS's practices and hired a company to investigate and timed their short sell appropriately.

    Or maybe some CS competitor heard something and tipped off the investment company to do the dirty work.
  • metta

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    Dec 24, 2015 1:51 AM GMT



    I like the company. I'm not going to go back for a while though. I hope they figure it out. From what I have read previously, the testing has not come up with where it came from, which makes me wonder if of those cases really came from Chipolte.

    They have been buying back stock to help it from falling too much.


  • MarvelBoy23

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    Dec 24, 2015 4:53 PM GMT
    wild_sky360 said
    MarvelBoy23 saidConjecture:


    http://www.naturalnews.com/052405_Chipotle_ecoli_outbreak_corporate_sabotage_biotech_bioterrorism.html


    This crossed my mind as well when I read about the rare strain that was discovered. It really isn't that much of a leap when you consider their very well known legal tactics to destroy people with financial coersion or their legal bribery of legislatures.



    I'll admit it sounds a tad "conspiracy theorist" BUT, in this day and age, it makes perfect sense. I for one believe it. But, I suppose truthfully, we'll likely never know.
  • metta

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    Jan 16, 2016 6:24 PM GMT
    Chipotle does have a lot of enemies....much of the fast food industry's sales have been hurt by them, and then there are the big powerful corporations that are pushing for GMO's as well....whether it is McDonald's, Monsanto, etc., who knows? Chilpotle has done thousands of tests and has not been able to find a source. When has that happened to another company in the past where they could not find the source? And that it happen to a company that takes quality ingredients more seriously than most of their competitors. Something isn't adding up. Chipotle pays their employees better than most fast food companies, they spend higher percentage of their sales on ingredients, they are all company owned stores so they have more control over them, etc.
  • metta

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    Jan 16, 2016 6:35 PM GMT
    (OPINION, Unproven)

    ANALYSIS: Chipotle is a victim of corporate sabotage… biotech industry food terrorists are planting e.coli in retaliation for restaurant’s anti-GMO menu


    http://investmentwatchblog.com/analysis-chipotle-is-a-victim-of-corporate-sabotage-biotech-industry-food-terrorists-are-planting-e-coli-in-retaliation-for-restaurants-anti-gmo-menu/
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    Jan 16, 2016 6:59 PM GMT
    BP201 saidAnd everyone thought they were above Taco Bell by going to Chipotle lol

    Next time, give Del Taco a try. For fast food Mexican, especially their chicken burritos, they're not bad at all!