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Chipotle suspends pork sales at hundreds of restaurants

Supplier failed to meet company’s animal welfare standards

Chipotle Mexican Grill temporarily suspended the sale of pork at hundreds of its restaurants this week after a supplier failed to meet the company’s animal welfare standards.

The Denver-based chain only serves its pork, carnitas, from animals raised humanely and without the use of antibiotics.

“This is fundamentally an animal welfare decision and is rooted in our unwillingness to compromise our standards where animal welfare is concerned,” said Chris Arnold, Chipotle’s spo

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