After a series of health scares in recent years, Chipotle is cooking up a comeback with some new menu items — including quesadillas, avocado tostadas and a chocolate milkshake https://t.co/A9N5nuptdU pic.twitter.com/OdvUfKcJJL— CNNMoney (@CNNMoney) June 25, 2018
• After an E.coli outbreak in late 2015, Chipotle has struggled to turn things around and regain customers and their trust again.
• This past March, the company hired CEO Brian Niccol in hopes he could help the chain turn things around after a succesful three years of being the CEO of Taco Bell.
• Since then, Chipotle's shares have gone up about 65% this year.
• To keep and lure back more customers, the chain is testing more menu items: avocado tostadas (their answer to avocado toast), quesadillas, nachos, a new spring salad, a Mexican chocolate milkshake, and a Paloma (a slushy like margarita cocktail that is made con tequila, naturally).
• The items are currently being tested in New York at the NEXT test kitchen but "there is no guarantee that they will be rolled out to all locations."