Some might say Taco Bell can't catch a break – much less a rodent. Just months after an e-coli outbreak sickened 71 people in four Eastern states last fall, rats videotaped at a New York City Taco Bell unit sent the company scurrying for damage control."We are absolutely committed to our customers and have worked with ADF [a franchisee of KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut] to close their uninspected restaurants in New York until they are fully inspected by the health department and given ...
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