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Monday, July 31, 2017

Investigation Shows Chipotle Norovirus Outbreak Probably Caused By Sick Employee

After its food safety crisis in 2015 and 2016, Chipotle implemented new procedures, including everything from blanching produce to shutting down and sanitizing a restaurant if anyone, employee or customer, vomits inside. The problem, it turns out, is that it doesn’t matter how good your protocols are if stores don’t actually follow them. 

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yeah, sick leave for employees is a bad idea.

Anonymous said...

I've never eaten there and don't I ever will.

Anonymous said...

AND there's your reason for mandatory sick time for employees that you all were whining against. Hope next time you eat out, you aren't throwing up and crapping yourself the next day because someone came in sick.

Anonymous said...

Adults, children going to work and school sick is a problem.My children would be fine all summer and as soon as they were sent to school they came home sick.I have come down with pneumonia and viruses in the past from colds that were passed on to me from co workers and nursing my husbands colds. Food workers are threatened with job loss if they are sick i was one and I tried never to call out. You can't have sick workers especially around uncooked foods like lettuce and tomato.It's so easily transferred to a lot of customers through these items.

Anonymous said...

OK - sick leave and whatever. I worked in 4 restaurants in high school and through college. No one was every fired for calling out sick unless it was habitual which would be the case even if you have sick leave. The real issue is why is it always Chipotle?