Chipotle restaurant E coli

Chipotle shuttered dozens of restaurants after an E. coli outbreak that began in October.

Chipotle outbreak highlights sourcing concerns for emerging brands

Experts weigh in on how growing chains can build their supply chains and ensure better food safety

Dozens and perhaps hundreds of restaurant chains around the country have staked their futures on a model that Chipotle Mexican Grill is known for: fresh produce, local or organic ingredients where possible, in a fast-casual setting.

But Chipotle’s recent E. coli outbreak has put the use of freshly prepared ingredients and local sources under the spotlight. And food safety experts stress that grow

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