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  • Argumentative Essay On Norovirus

    The entire extent of norovirus-instigated bleakness worldwide and especially in creating countries has been hard to find out because of a few elements. In the first place, norovirus discovery is troublesome on the grounds that these infections can't be engendered in cell culture and they are hereditarily variable, muddling RT-PCR-based identification examines. Second, there is an absence of answering to wellbeing authorities in light of the intense way of infection. At long last, national and worldwide symptomatic/observation projects are not institutionalized, if show by any means. Imperatively however, there has as of late been expanded acknowledgment of the weight of norovirus illness because of critical changes in norovirus analytic examines…

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  • Chipotle Case Problem Analysis Paper

    Problem Analysis Chipotle is very limited on the items listed on their menu. Chipotle serves a variety of burritos, tacos, burrito bowl’s, and salads. They offer only certain kinds of meats, rice, beans, and toppings. Chipotle does offer a kid’s menu, with seasonal fruit or chips, and juice or organic milk. The kid’s meal is limited to quesadilla’s. All of these options are limited compared to competitors that may offer a more wide range of foods. For example, competitors may offer food items…

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  • Norovirus Research Paper

    Introduction Norovirus infection causes inflammation in the stomach and intestines (gastroenteritis) and food poisoning. It is caused by exposure to a virus in a group of similar viruses called noroviruses. Norovirus spreads very easily from person to person (is very contagious). It often occurs in places where people are in close contact, such as schools, hospitals, and restaurants. You can get it from food, water, surfaces, or other people who have the virus (are contaminated). Norovirus is…

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  • Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc.: Article Analysis

    I agree with the Food and Drug Administration to subpoena Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. for having multiple norovirus incidents. These incidents include an E. coli outbreak in several states, a norovirus breakout at a restaurant in Brighton, Massachusetts, and other stray cases throughout the country. This should not be taken lightly and some justice should happen. There is a bunch of relevancy of this article to VA/US Government. We are currently learning about the different departments of the…

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  • Foodborne Illnesses Research Paper

    Bacteria such as campylobacter, salmonella, and e-coli are the most common bacterial pathogens that cause foodborne illnesses. Not all bacteria are bad for humans (National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases), in fact, most are beneficial for us, and we have many bacteria inside of us right now. Norovirus and Hepatitis A are the most common viruses that cause foodborne illnesses. Norovirus causes the inflammation of the stomach and intestines and Hepatitis A causes the…

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  • Importance Of Oregano

    supplementary applications in food packaging. And according to Dr. Jeanette Padilla of Natural news, oregano oil inhibits growth of the viruses. Because it has an active component called Carvacrol. It breaks down the tough outer wall of norovirus and removes warts. Norovirus or also known as winter vomiting bug . It is the most common cause of gastroenteritis in humans. And earlier this year, because of norovirus over 600 people on a Royal Caribbean ship was poisoned by this virus. It…

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  • E. Coli O26 Linked To Chipotle: A Case Study

    Introduction Steve Ells, the founder of Chipotle who graduated from the University of Colorado and then from the Culinary Institute of America, opened Chipotle in 1993 as to make money to fund his fine-dining restaurant that he dreamed. The initial idea of back up business took off and within one month, it started selling 1,000 burritos per day which exceeding the original goal of at least 107 burritos per day (Daszkowski, 2017). Today, Chipotle is a leading fast casual Mexican style food…

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  • The Importance Of Epidemiology In Public Health

    Evaluate the effectiveness of health programs and services 10.2 Current research activities related to the concept/implementation of activities related to the concept Noroviruses are a major cause of infectious gastroenteritis worldwide, and the viruses can establish persistent infection in immune-compromised individuals. From 2010 to 2013 a retrospective review among immune-compromised patients enrolled in research studies at National Institutes of Health Clinical Center and identified a subset…

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  • The Chipotle's Case

    About a year ago, Chipotle was served with a federal grand jury subpoena in connection with a criminal investigation tied to a norovirus incident at a Simi Valley restaurant. The investigation is being conducted by the US attorney’s office for the Central District of California in conjunction with the Food and Drug Administration’s office of criminal investigations. Criminal inquiries related to food and safety outbreaks are uncommon, but there has been more attention paid to them since the FDA…

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  • Crisis Communication In Social Media

    E-Coli scandal. It began in Seattle, Washington on July 2015 with an E. coli outbreak affecting five people. In August 2015 in Simi Valley, California 234 people became sick due to a norovirus as the result of a sick employee. Also, during this time extending from August to September 2015 in Minnesota 64 people became sick with Salmonella Newport from tomatoes, the point of introduction is still unknown. Following this incident from October 2015 to February 2016 across nine states including…

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