“Burrito Creep” isn’t some weird guy behind you in line at Chipotle Mexican Grill. Rather, it’s a term that Chipotle employees have started to use to define the burritos that keep getting bigger — and with the added size, the more leftover, uneaten burrito parts that end up in the trash. Food+Tech Connect's Hack//Dining hackathon in New York City in June produced insightful solutions to big questions faced by such sponsors as Chipotle Mexican Grill, Batali ...
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