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>> Chipotle trying to salvage its reputation, win back customers, and revive sales by now hiring two leading food safety experts. One of them, David Acheson, a former FDA official and a critic of the burrito chain's response to a string of disease outbreaks last year. The company also confirmed it is working with David Theno, a former Jack in the Box executive, credited with fixing food safety at the fast food chain after a deadly E.
coli outbreak in the 1990s. Last year, Chipotle customers across the nation reported cases of E. coli, Salmonella, and Norovirus crashing sales and slashing $6 billion off the chain's market value. Chipotle shares are down about 30% since October when the company was forced to close down restaurants in the Pacific Northwest due to an E.
coli outbreak. Board members in the hot seat at the chain's annual meeting Wednesday as shareholders fight to shake up the board given the recent food safety debacle.