Chipotle Non-GMO

Chipotle now goes Non-GMO – sign of the times?

Chipotle restaurants made a big announcement recently – one of the first big chains to go Non-GMO.

We think this is awesome – and is the best way to eat foods naturally.

While this sounds great on paper – be reminded that just because something is “labeled” one way or another – how can you ever be 100% certain?

Same goes with stuff labeled “organic.” I’ve read stories where some businesses, after getting “certified” organic, began sneaking in the bad stuff afterward. Some folks get caught, but can they be monitored 100% of the time? I don’t think so. Those “labels” make everyone drop their guard, but I’m still a bit suspicious. Because where there is a opportunity for corruption… you can bet someone is dying to take advantage of it.

The only way to know for sure is to grow your own!

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3 Comments on "Chipotle Non-GMO"

nbm3
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nbm3

Overpriced for what you get

HansBrix
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HansBrix

After I read this article in the WSJ I could not, in good conscious, ever patronize Chipotle ever again.

wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052970204058404577105712886931338

Key quotes:

“Two senior Chipotle executives have met with officials at the National Council of La Raza, a prominent Hispanic advocacy organization.”

“In a so-called silent raid, Immigration and Customs Enforcement inspected the chain’s hiring records and found more than 500 undocumented workers, who had to leave the Denver-based company. It had to let go more than half of its 900 employees in Minnesota and lost others to federal scrutiny of outlets in Washington, D.C., and Virginia.”

These clowns are pushing for the modern day slave caste in the USA, and helping drive down wages overall. And they even want to cozy up with a racial supremacy group. And this is what they admitted to.

Business like this are a cancer.

NorthKrissy
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NorthKrissy

Chipotle is not bad, but a bit over-priced for the simple food. And it’s not bursting with flavor in particular. Doesn’t appeal to us because food sitting around for just a few minutes is ripe for gut pain, even more so in places where there are a lot of human mouths talking and spitting onto it.

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