LOUISVILLE KY. Taco Bell chain $20 million in lost operating profit, Yum this month revealed remedial strategies that extend all the way to farms in California. —While admitting that a lettuce-related E. coli outbreak late last year cost the Yum! Brands’ powerhouse The company’s tactics for restoring consumer confidence include its implementation of new layers of lettuce safeguards at the grower level to help prevent reoccurrences of the problems that beset Taco Bells in ...

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