Another great article mentioning our crowdsourcing site. Chipotle Mexican Grill closed its more than 2,000 restaurants for four hours on Monday to hold a "virtual" town hall meeting with its employees about steps it said it was taking to improve food safety and regain consumers' trust. "People will come back," Steve Ells, the company's founder and co-chief executive, told more than 50,000 employees, who were connected to Chipotle's Denver headquarters via video. Emphasizing his faith in that statement, he said the company had no intention of slowing its growth this year. Read Full Article Here.
A great article written about iwaspoisoned.com! A northern Ohio health official says people who like to dine out should visit a website called Iwaspoisoned.com which allows visitors to post and read food poisoning reports...Read More.
A new article about Iwaspoisoned.com! The crowdsoucing site iwaspoisoned.com has collected thousands of reports of foodborne illnesses from individuals across the United States since 2009 and is expanding with a custom alert service for state health departments. Read Full Article Here.
Chipotle apologized today and vows to become 'the safest place to eat', which raises the question: Where IS the safest place to eat? We analyzed our data for the top 50 fast food chains in the US for 2015, and here’s who identified with the lowest rate of reports: Baskin-Robbins Church's Chicken Einstein Bros. Bagels Jimmy John's Papa Murphy's Well done to these restaurants for making it to the top 5. Link to the press release here.