It can apparently resist temperatures up to 160 degrees.
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Health officials are investigating 38 reported illnesses in 20 states.
A complaint argues the agency's reports "unnecessarily intensified the public's concern."
Survey respondents say their "willingness to eat at Chipotle" is increasing.
The CDC is supposed to conclude its investigation today, without declaring the source.
Now shareholders are turning against the company.
Co-CEO Steve Ells also fumbled a big interview question.
"This is a cost that we will bear," co-CEO Steve Ells says.
The 2015 outbreaks have some entrepreneurs rethinking their tech gizmos.
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.
As with all things in life, blame it on celery.
Nineteen people have gotten sick so far.
There are no plans to close affected stores in New York, Minnesota, California, or Ohio.
Apparently, "You can't spell 'Chipotle' without 'E. coli.'"