Health and fitness
Chipotle Mexican Grill on Monday denied allegations by actor Jeremy Jordan that feeding on at one particular of its restaurants landed him in the hospital.
REUTERS: Chipotle Mexican Grill on Monday denied allegations by actor Jeremy Jordan that feeding on at one particular of its restaurants landed him in the hospital.
Jordan, who performs Winn Schott on Tv set present “Supergirl,” posted an Instagram video on Thursday of himself on a hospital mattress, expressing that foodstuff he ate at a Chipotle created him severely sick and that he “virtually died,” in accordance to a Individuals.com report.
“There have been no other reported promises of sickness at the cafe the place (Jordan) dined. We consider all promises seriously, but we won’t be able to ensure any url to Chipotle, supplied the specifics he shared with us,” Chipotle spokesman Chris Arnold said via electronic mail.
Jordan’s allegations occur as Chipotle is however recovering from a bruising string of foodstuff safety lapses that begun in late 2015, together with a current norovirus outbreak at a Virginia cafe.
The Denver-based mostly burrito chain’s inventory has fallen about 60 per cent considering the fact that an E. coli outbreak in 2015.
Shares of Chipotle fell as considerably as six per cent to a around five-calendar year low of US$263.eleven on Monday early morning, but recouped most losses by afternoon. The inventory was final down .four per cent.
(Reporting by Gayathree Ganesan and Uday Sampath Kumar in Bengaluru editing by Sai Sachin Ravikumar)