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  • Chipotle goes GMO-free for Gen Y
  • Chipotle goes GMO-free for Gen Y
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Chipotle goes GMO-free for Gen Y

Fast food brands have been getting a bad rap for serving unhealthy food packed with sugars and fats. But one restaurant chain is changing the way people think about and eat fast food. Reaching an important milestone, Chipotle has removed all GMO ingredients from the food it serves.



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    U.S. Taco Co.: Instagram-ready tacos

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