As part of its ongoing menu-expansion test in Colorado, all area Chipotle Mexican Grill locations will be giving away free kid's meals on the remaining Sundays in January -- January 10, 17, 24 and 31 -- when parents fork over the dough for a burrito, burrito bowl or full-size salad.
"Our kid's menu is a reminder to parents that we fuss over quality ingredients so they don't have to," says Steve Ells, founder, chairman and co-CEO of Chipotle. "All of the items on our kid's menu feature naturally-raised meats, dairy products free of rBGH and locally grown produce when seasonally available. It's all part of our Food With Integrity mission to make high-quality, great-tasting food affordable and accessible to customers of all ages."
The rugrat roster offers three choices (you build it tacos, they build it tacos or a cheese/cheese and meat quesadilla), all served with juice or organic milk.
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