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Food writer Jason Lott has compiled the most up-to-date food-safety facts for fast food restaurants.
The fast-food industry has faced criticism over the last few years for failing to properly prepare food for the public, and fast food employees are not the only ones.
Here are the top 10 most recent food-related safety incidents:Fast food restaurants in the U.S. have reported a total of more than 2,400 food-borne illnesses and 16,400 reported food-to–person illnesses since 2001, according to the latest government data.
(The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has reported about 7,500 food-and-beverage-related illnesses.)
Fast food restaurants can be responsible for a wide range of foodborne illnesses.
They can make mistakes with their ingredients and equipment that result in food poisoning, or they can simply not cook the food correctly.
For example, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) recently reported that in 2017, the number of fast food-associated food-injury outbreaks grew to an estimated 11,000 cases.
These outbreaks, which can occur for any number of reasons, include a person getting sick from eating at a fast-casual restaurant, a person becoming ill from eating food at a restaurant that has been cleaned out, and a person vomiting or getting diarrhea from eating an item at a different restaurant.
A few fast food establishments have been identified as having caused food-safe food-processing problems, including McDonald’s, Wendy’s, and Chipotle.
However, it is not the restaurants themselves that are at fault.
It is the fast food industry itself.
Here is how the industry has fared over the past several years, according, in no particular order:1.
McDonald’s: The restaurant chain had two food-contact deaths, including a death at a McDonald’s in Florida.
According to the CDC, the company had a total number of 16,521 food- and-biverty incidents in 2017.
The company has been blamed for a number of deaths related to food-servers over the years.2.
Wendy’s: A recent report from the Federal Trade Commission found that Wendy’s in New York City has a higher rate of food-bacterial contamination than the national average.
According a report from The Washington Post, more than one-third of the restaurants in New Jersey tested positive for the bacteria.
Wendy is one of several chains that have been named in the report, along with McDonald’s and Subway.
Wendy said in a statement that it has a zero-tolerance policy on food safety and “has consistently improved our processes to ensure that the quality and safety of our food are maintained.”3.
Chipotle: The Mexican chain has faced accusations of failing to keep food clean.
The FDA has accused the chain of failing in its handling of food safety.
Chipotles restaurants are supposed to ensure “all ingredients and utensils are stored and kept free of contamination and contamination-causing agents,” according to a statement by Chipotle’s vice president of food and beverages, Jhonny Hernandez.
However in 2017 the restaurant chain was accused of failing a second time to follow its own safety protocol, as the CDC revealed that Chipotle restaurants failed to clean their restrooms.
The CDC’s Food Safety and Inspection Service said in its 2017 report that Chipotls toilets had “significant fecal and other pathogens.”
According to a report by ABC News, Chipotle has been under investigation by the USDA since last year for food-contamination.4.
McDonalds: McDonald’s restaurants in Wisconsin, Illinois, and Iowa have reported 10,200 food-tainted incidents since 2001.
According the Centers in 2017 McDonalds reported a “significant number” of food contamination cases, including one fatality.5.
Wendy: Wendy’s restaurants have reported an estimated 15,000 food-infection outbreaks since 2001 (up from 9,600 in 2000).
The restaurant has been accused of not maintaining the highest levels of food hygiene and the company is now under investigation for food safety violations.
Wendy and its parent company, Yum Brands, have said that their corporate culture is to be “clean and safe.”
In a statement, Wendy and Yum said that “our goal is to ensure the safety and well-being of our associates and guests, and we have consistently focused on food hygiene over the long haul.”6.
Subway: Subway has been the subject of numerous food-disinfection and food-quality violations allegations since 2009.
In 2015, Subway was named in a report issued by the Centers For Disease Control (CDC), which found that Subway restaurants in several cities were “over-processing” foods, using “unnecessary” cooking methods and cleaning procedures.
Subway also has been sued for failing in several cases to properly test food and produce it for sale.
The report, which was commissioned by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), was released by the agency as part