Every year, Chipotle Mexican Grill sends groups of employees to meat production facilities to see how the natural meat and poultry purchased by the company is processed. “In the last two weeks, we've had 35 of their employees at our plant to learn what we do,” said Thomas Stone, director of marketing for Bell & Evans, the Fredericksburg, Pa.-based natural poultry processor. “They're a cool, progressive company.” Steve Ells, Chipotle's founder, said he wasn't trying to make a political ...
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