DENVER Chipotle Mexican Grill said it has completed a chainwide switch to "naturally raised" chicken, meaning all the poultry served in its 730 restaurants now comes from humanely raised birds and is free of antibiotics and hormones. The rollout was completed with the change in the purchasing policies of units in California, Oregon and Washington, the chain announced Monday. Chipotle said it would serve more than 52 million pounds of naturally raised meat this year. All of the ...
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