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Ohio Chipotle has had past problems

The location, which reportedly sickened more than 600 people, had recently been cited for improper food temperatures.


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A bacterium found in food left at improper temperatures is to blame for the recent outbreak that sickened nearly 700 in Ohio.

From a quality perspective, two to four hours is the limit, but safety is another story, Advice Guy says.

Samples have been sent to the CDC for further tests.

Federal officials say 286 people were sickened by a salad blend from an Illinois-based supplier.

Digital orders surge nearly 60% thanks to a free guacamole offer.

The number increased dramatically after initial reports of a possible outbreak over the weekend.

The company’s stock fell 7% after people reported getting sick at a location in a Columbus suburb. The restaurant was set to reopen Tuesday.

A cattle rustling by one of Chick-fil-A's competitors was just one instance of operators pushing the traditional boundaries of the restaurant business this week.

The process works best at room temperature, which tends to be a food safety danger zone, Advice Guy says.

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