Chipotle’s unsatisfying chip dip may have led to a stock slip.
“Given the response, I’m not sure I’ll be able to visit Chipotle again for a while. I get the vibe I’m public enemy #1.”
This class action suit is the most recent in a string of legal setbacks for the besieged burrito chain.
As if Chipotle didn’t have enough troubles, now people are convinced that they're putting random backyard leaves in their burritos and bowls.
Chipotle gets around 70 million pounds of the 99 million pounds of avocados it uses each year from Mexico.
From class action food poisoning lawsuits, to animal welfare issues, to big drops in sales and stock price, there seems to be no end in sight to fast casual company’s legal and market woes. Continuing in this vein, Chipotle is now having to contend...
Eat your homemade chipotle pickled eggs with a few handfuls of tortilla chips and flip those fried-chicken-wrapped tacos at the drive-thru the bird.
The deals are clearly aimed to get the youth back on the burrito bandwagon, since their parents are probably still pretty upset about the whole "pooping blood" thing.