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Chipotle is selling coriander soap – and people can’t buy enough

Some people think that coriander is delicious. For others, it tastes like soap. And now Chipotle is bringing both sides together. and the silly stuff that came about after Chipotle posted a meme (or what was later deemed a fake) photo on Instagram in August, attracting both haters and fans of the herb. Chris Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer of Chipotle, said in a statement, turning digital moments into real-life experiences. you should try to keep it to yourself,” Chipotle tweeted in July. And back in 2019, the chain tweeted, “A moment of silence for those who think coriander tastes like soap.” Coriander tastes like soap to about 4 to 14% of the general population, thanks to genetics, the company also recently launched clothes dyed with sheathed avocados from its restaurants, which produce produces more than 300 million avocados a year.A turtleneck sweater costs $47 while a $14 tunic can outfit even the chain’s smallest fans.They are testing poo asado here. Cincinnati, Ohio, and Sacramento, California, this is the first time they’ve experimented with their chicken in nearly 30 years. Chipotle also added smoked brisket to the US menu, but that dish was so popular that it left it. out of restaurants earlier than planned.

Some people think that coriander is delicious. For others, it tastes like soap. And now Chipotle is bringing the two together.

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The weird and silly drop-in tool appeared after Chipotle posted a taunt (or what is then assumed to be fake) coriander soap photos on Instagram in August, attracting both haters and fans of the vegetable.

Chris Brandt, Chief Marketing Officer at Chipotle, said in a statement that making the real thing a bigger trend than turning digital moments into real-life experiences.

Coriander is one of Chipotle’s most polarizing ingredients, and the company takes a clear stance on the debate.

“Not liking coriander is something you should try to keep to yourself,” Chipotle tweeted in July. And back in 2019, the chain tweeted, “A moment of silence for those who think coriander tastes like soap.”

Coriander tastes like soap to about 4 to 14% of the general population, thanks to genetics.

In other Chipotle holiday news, the company also recently rolled out apparel dyed with premium avocado pits from its restaurants, which produce more than 300 million avocado pits a year. A turtleneck sweater costs $47 while a $14 turtleneck can outfit the chain’s smallest fans.

The company also made changes to its menu this year. They are testing poo asado in Cincinnati, Ohio, and Sacramento, California, the first time they’ve experimented with their own chickens in nearly 30 years. Chipotle also added smoked brisket to the US menu, but that dish was so popular that it left restaurants earlier than intended.

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JOE HERNANDEZ

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