Chick-fil-A is seeing more business from former Chipotle customers, as are Sweetgreen and Domino's.
At least 58 people in the US and Canada have become ill with E. coli, and two have died.
The raw milk trend is troubling America's health authorities.
When they tell you not to drink the water, you probably shouldn't drink the water.
Sadly, it's not just about saying no to cookie dough and sushi.
The burrito chain wraps up its worst year ever.
Sales fell by 24% in the last three months, as the company struggles to lure diners back after last year's food safety crisis.
A gene in the bacteria makes it resistant to colistin, an antibiotic considered a drug of last resort. Scientists fear it means the "end of the road" is near for antibiotics.
The burrito chain's sales continued to plummet despite promotions to lure back customers after last year's food safety incidents.
The restaurant voluntarily closed for cleaning after at least one employee contracted the virus.
Get your rubber gloves and game face ready.
Investigators are now looking into "company-wide food safety matters dating back to Jan. 1, 2013."
The restaurants will be closed that morning for a company-wide meeting in order to get employees up to speed on the new safety protocols.
The restaurant chain is being investigated by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California and the FDA’s Office of Criminal Investigations.
The fast food chain has prioritized GMO-free ingredients, local produce, and pasture-raised dairy, but a serious food safety failing has introduced a new priority.
New infections bring the total of affected people to 52, and investigators still don't know the source. The company says sales could be down as much as 11%.
The coffee chain has recalled turkey sandwiches, which used the same celery recalled after an E. coli outbreak linked to Costco.
The Food and Drug Administration on Thursday said a diced onion and celery blend used in Costco's rotisserie chicken salads is believed to have been the source of the E. coli contamination that sickened 19.
Six new cases of E. coli have been reported. Five of those people ate Chipotle.
The restaurant chain announced the news a day after officials said they were yet to determine what caused more than 40 people in Seattle and Portland to become ill.
You're never going to look at your clean laundry the same way ever again.
And this might not be such a bad thing.
Better safe than dead sorry. All across Europe, cucumbers are being destroyed out of fear that they harbor the deadly E. Coli virus.
Larry King got his suspenders in a twist while trying to pronounce "E. Coli."