A Bad Case Of The ‘Bells’…??

Or maybe the Chipotle Trots?

Worst Foodborne Illness Outbreaks in Recent U.S. History

2006: Taco Bell fast food
In December, an E. coli outbreak affected 71 customersTrusted Source of Taco Bell across five states. Eight people developed kidney failure, and 53 people were hospitalized. The Taco Bell outbreak was linked to contaminated lettuce from California. Following the outbreak, these states enacted stricter standards for handling lettuce.

2015: Chipotle Mexican Grill fast food
Between October and November, Chipotle Mexican Grill had an E. coli outbreakTrusted Source. About 55 people in 11 states became ill after eating at the restaurant during the initial outbreak. There were 22 reported hospitalizations and no deaths. In a second outbreak for this fast-food chain, five people became ill from a different strain of E. coli. There’s no confirmed cause for either outbreak.

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