Chipotle Mexican Grill, Inc. CMG 0.07% announced Monday that carnitas will once again be available at 90 percent of the company’s locations. Chipotle removed carnitas from the menu at over a third of its locations earlier this year when one of its primary pork suppliers was discovered to be in violation of the company’s policies regarding the use of antibiotics.
Chipotle requires that pigs raised by its suppliers must have access to the outdoors or deeply-bedded barns, must not be kept in gestation crates and must not be treated with antibiotics. In January, when an auditor found that one of Chipotle’s suppliers was in violation of the company’s animal welfare policies, the company made the tough decision to suspend carnitas from many of its menus until a replacement supplier was found.
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