We admire Chipotle restaurants for its sustainable approach to food. Now we know how the revolutionary “slow fast food” company’s approach to its people sustains its success.
In a move guaranteed to energize food revolutionaries and annoy Monsanto executives, Chipotle becomes the first restaurant to label GMOs. The company also plans to reduce GMO-containing menu items by shifting from soybean to sunflower oil, and exploring other ingredient changes. Along with similar announcements earlier this year from Whole Foods, Ben & Jerry’s, and Target, Chipotle’s new policy reflects a trend that’s gaining ground like wildfire: people want GMO labeling, and non-GMO dining!
Chipotle Mexican Grill is once again breaking from the fast-food model. The Denver-based chain known for its clean flavors and burly burritos is pledging to use a set amount of [ … ]