Chipotle bowls contain cancer-linked chemicals, study says
The next time you go to Chipotle, you may want to just get the burrito and not the bowl.
The bowls at Chipotle have become a staple for the restaurant. But a new report is drawing some big concerns about them.
According to the New Food Economy, the fiber bowls are exposed to chemicals that can lead to cancer. The study says the bowls are treated with “PFAS” also called “Forever Chemicals.”
It helps bowls hold, wet and greasy food. But the EPA says those compounds do not break down in the human body and they can accumulate over time.
The chemicals also seep into the soil as the bowls break down – leading to toxic compost.
No sicknesses or illnesses are reported at this time.