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Chipotle's E. coli outbreak possibly caused by biotech industry, declared over by CDC


(NaturalNews) The Centers for Disease Control announced on Feb. 1 that the Chipotle Mexican Grill E. coli outbreak is officially over. The outbreak, which triggered allegations of bioterrorism and corporate sabotage, has apparently been contained after making scores of people in more than a dozen states sick.

From CNBC:

"Two separate outbreaks of the bacteria were investigated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service and public health officials in several states.

"In the first outbreak 55 people were infected by the foodborne illness in 11 states, of which 21 were hospitalized. The second, smaller outbreak, infected five people from three states, of which one was hospitalized."

Chipotle hopes to regain the confidence of consumers and investors after sales dropped 30 percent late last year, following six separate outbreaks of E. coli, norovirus and Salmonella, which have been linked to the chain's restaurants.

Suspicions aroused

Many observers familiar with the biotech industry's dirty tricks became suspicious about the outbreaks – partly because Chipotle is the only fast food chain in America which has publicly denounced the GMO industry and pledged to serve only non-GMO ingredients, but also because some of the disease strains involved were extremely rare and likely developed in laboratories before being introduced into the restaurant chain's food supply by corporate saboteurs.

One of those who sounded the alarm is Natural News founder Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, who wrote in December, 2015:

"As a clean food advocate myself, I know firsthand of the malicious tactics used by these biotech mafia operations, including tactics of intimidation and terrorism, such as calling in bomb threats to locations where clean food activists are about to speak.

"There is absolutely no question that the biotech industry will resort to ANY activity necessary to destroy food companies that oppose GMOs. And yes, this includes acts of bioterrorism against Chipotle -- something that's ridiculously easy for biotech industry operatives to carry out with simple, low-cost laboratory supplies sold online at places like Amazon.com."

Adams has publicly urged Chipotle to initiate a criminal investigation to uncover the truth regarding the possible bioterrorism attacks on its restaurants by GMO industry goons.

The Health Ranger is not the only person asking questions and urging authorities to investigate the matter more thoroughly.

Experts at a loss to explain 'unusual' outbreak

Even mainstream news sources trying to downplay the conspiracy angle admit that the "unusual" outbreak has baffled experts.

As reported by Business Insider:

"The first reports of E. coli sickening Chipotle customers were revealed in October. Three months and thousands of tests later, health investigators still can't find the source of the outbreak, which has since sickened 53 people in nine states.

"That's unusual, according to several food-contamination experts. In five similar high-profile cases of major foodborne-illness outbreaks over the last couple decades, the source of the outbreaks was determined relatively quickly, according to a Credit Suisse analysis.

"On top of investigations by state and local health officials, Chipotle has done hundreds of internal tests on its food and surfaces without finding a trace of E. coli."

Another Business Insider article acknowledging the corporate sabotage theory revealed that many social network users agreed with Adams, saying they were also suspicious from the moment they heard the reports of the outbreaks.

One such comment was from Facebook user Karen Conklin, who wrote: "I said that to my husband, I knew that Big Ag was behind it! You don't get e-coli in organic foods. Chipotle said they couldn't find anything in the food. Very suspicious!"

Mike Adams wrote: "This act of bioterrorism is entirely consistent with the known behavior patterns of the biotech industry."

Based on its history of attacking clean food activists such as Dr. Oz, not to mention tireless (and often illegal) lobbying efforts along with "intense campaigns of defamation, slander, intimidation and threats," it's not much of a leap to begin suspecting the biotech industry's involvement in the Chipotle food contamination scandal.







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