Chipotle shuts Ohio restaurant after reports of illness

02 August, 2018, 22:29 | Author: Sally Reid
  • Another Chipotle Is Closed After Customers Complain of Getting Sick

Business Insider reported late-Monday that more than 170 people said they fell ill after eating at a restaurant in OH.

The news is another setback to the company, which was recovering from a series of high-profile food safety lapses in 2015 that sickened more than 100 customers and bruised Chipotle's reputation and stock price. The Delaware General Health District says it can't confirm anything until lab tests are back.

"The Health District food inspection team inspected the restaurant this afternoon".

Chipotle told health officials that two to five staff members called off work due to illness on July 29 and 30, Business Insider reported on Tuesday, but the company did not confirm this to Reuters. Health officials said people who said they ate at the restaurant complained of symptoms ranging from nausea, vomiting and diarrhea after eating at the restaurant between Thursday and Monday.

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The outbreak led to a federal investigation, as well as the implementation of new safety standards and food-handling procedures.

Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc has shut a restaurant in OH following reports of customers falling sick after eating there, Business Insider reported on Monday. The cases, most clustered in 2015, sent Chipotle's stock and sales into a tailspin. Officials said they are investigating the possibility of food-borne illnesses stemming from the restaurant in the suburb of Columbus, but have not pinpointed the source of the problem. A sick worker was also believed to be the cause of the Boston outbreak. Its team inspected the location and found no reason the restaurant shouldn't reopen, it said.

Diversified Restaurant Holdings, Inc., a restaurant company, operates Buffalo Wild Wings franchised restaurants in the United States.

The latest round of negative headlines comes amid renewed optimism on Wall Street that the chain can mount a comeback under Chief Executive Officer Brian Niccol, the Taco Bell veteran who took over in March.

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