What it is: A chain of Mexican restaurants that has grown rapidly in the United States.
When it opened: 2008 The chain’s stock price: $16 billion The chain of restaurants: 8,500 locations.
The average size of a Chipotle: 3,800 square feet.
Its revenue: $5.2 billion A few more years ago, Chipotle opened a restaurant in Mexico City.
The chain had to relocate because of the lack of customers, but Chipotle quickly rebuilt its business.
It now has more than 6,000 restaurants in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and other countries.
The company has been a top buyer of imported ingredients, including chicken, beef, and pork, and has been increasing its use of Mexican ingredients.
The latest additions are eggplant, pork rinds, and tomatoes.
In April, Chipotles began offering chicken sandwiches in the U.S. The restaurants are mostly chain restaurants, but they also serve some regional specialty items, including tacos and burritos.
How they do it: The chain employs more than 200,000 people and employs 1.3 million people in Mexico.
Its business model: Chipotls focus on high quality ingredients and a high-volume customer base.
It has expanded into the United Kingdom, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, and the United Nations.
The new restaurants are a mix of fast-casual, upscale, and casual restaurants.
How fast: The company said it expects to open about 2,000 Chipotle locations in the next five years.
It plans to open a total of 1,200 locations by the end of 2021.
What’s next: Chipotle plans to add about 300 new locations by 2021.