We have been saying for a while that, due to its popularity and its focus on organic eating in direct competition with the big=name fast food chemical stew restaurants, the e-Coli outbreak that occurred could very well have been an act of corporate sabotage.
The CDC has been investigating the issue since the outbreaks first began, and have released results supporting that viewpoint more and more.
After months of investigation, the CDC has now reached a conclusion that provides yet more support for the likelihood that Chipotle was the victim of corporate sabotage by the biotech industry, which targeted Chipotle because of its non-GMO menu.
“The E. coli outbreaks at Chipotle Mexican Grill restaurants in the United States appear to be over, but investigators have been unable to trace the cause of the sickness, federal authorities said on Monday,” reports The New York Times. “[I]nvestigators were unable to specify the food or ingredient responsible for the contamination.”