A. I do get that there was some sabotage going on against Chipotledue to their anti-GMO stance and there outspokenness on it. I see that this started last October (2015) when Chipotle launched their "Halloween Unnecessary Promo" [attached to the bottom of this post]. They brought attention to the chemicals that are being put in the processed food found in other fast food places.
I also hear something about people know that these chemicals and artificial ingredients exist, but when it is truly "called out" it is harder ignore this knowledge. It is similar to putting the calories on a menu board. We many know something isn't healthy, but when you factually know, it is hard to deny the nutritional content. I see that the PTB are tied to GMOs (both directly and indirectly) became furious that they were called out. It was due to them having to already answer to this which created some cost, and also they just simply didn't like their competition.
I also see that some of the morality questions made the GMO companies feel a lot of pressure at the subconscious level. The heads of these GMO companies know that Chipotle is doing the right thing with their food; natural, real and non-GMO. However, these GMO companies are unwilling to support the concept of pure and healthy food because there is not as much money to be made now and in the future. These GMO companies don't feel good or proud (but their rational minds are focused on money and greed which is over-riding ethics), and they are punishing those people / organizations that make them feel bad and point out their flaws.
It looks like the restaurant supply company that deals with Chipotle was tampered with. I see this highly contagious Norovirus being spread via the veggies. If the employee washed the veggies well and properly (I keep seeing a salt water bath, but cannot tell if it is symbolic of something else?), then most, if not all the virus looked to be eliminated. In stores that some of the employees rushed, some of the virus remained, and people got sick.
I do get that Chipotle is a good company with good morals and cares about their food. They are taking steps to prevent future outbreaks and educating employees. They also realize they have a target on them, and they are being extra cautious.
And that is all I have for this reading. Thank you. Love and light-