It's interesting to watch people look at one day movement and declare it's now the trend. Chipotle has not yet said what caused the problem which everybody and their brother said was related to contaminated food they got from a supplier. Could it be e-coli was brought in from one of the employees or related to the filthy conditions of their restaurants? Curious minds want to know.
Let me ask you, what is the general condition of this particular Chipotle? Clean? Dirty? What about the restroom? I ask because my experience with several of the stores in several states is that they are consistently filthy and the workers could care less about it.
So they find nothing and the stock goes up? Sounds to me like there is a much deeper problem here and perhaps I was right regarding the deplorable conditions in the restaurants. What a joke. So where did this come from? I guess we are just supposed to ignore this like it never happened.
I have gone to at least five Chipotle restaurants in three different states. Honestly, I enjoyed the food, but I stopped going a couple months ago for following reasons: 1) the restaurants are filthy dirty all the time 2) the restrooms are filthy dirty all the time 3) the workers all seem to be under the age of 21 and act like there are at a party instead of at work all the time 4) the customers are mostly under the age of 21 but act like they are 12 making for an uncomfortable experience. The last time I went I overheard one group talking about "why do old people come here" then proceeding to eat with food flying all over the place.
It's likely that none of this has anything to do with e-coli, but to me, the atmosphere sure is ripe. The other thing is why is it taking them so long to get to the bottom of this? Limited ingredients-limited sources-they can't find the problem after more than a week? Maybe it's more than a simple matter of rotten tomatoes.