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Chipotle Illness At Ohio Location Caused By Bacteria


A recent outbreak of illness at an Ohio Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurant affected hundreds of people. The outbreak was caused by a type of bacteria, local health officials said. Reuters says the outbreak that occurred last month was caused by clostridium perfringen. It's a type of food-borne disease that occurs when food is left at unsafe temperatures. Chipotle will retrain all restaurant employees about food safety and wellness protocols nationwide.

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