The new site lets customers view health scores for every location.
You'll have to get your burrito somewhere else for a few hours on February 8.
Shake Shack is "fine casual," while Arby's is now "fast crafted."
Now shareholders are turning against the company.
It's gone from bad to worse for the company that is now the center of a criminal investigation.
Officials traced the virus back to a sick employee.
The chain still isn't quite sure what's making its customers sick.
"... We expected that we may see additional cases stemming from this ..."
Co-CEO Steve Ells also fumbled a big interview question.
"This is a cost that we will bear," co-CEO Steve Ells says.
Things went from bad to worse for the burrito chain with a once-sterling reputation.
Steve Ells says the troubled chain will become "the safest place to eat."
The chain has a plan to get "10 to 20 years ahead of industry norms."
So many Boston College basketball players are ill that their next game could be canceled.
This keeps getting worse.
The chain's "not sure" all local suppliers meet the new food standards it's adopted.
There are no plans to close affected stores in New York, Minnesota, California, or Ohio.
Locations affected by the health scare are spick and span.
Apparently, "You can't spell 'Chipotle' without 'E. coli.'"