Shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill fell more than 3 percent on Wednesday after reports surfaced that the fast-casual chain's food safety woes are still not behind it.
Public health officials in Los Angeles are investigating a possible foodborne illness outbreak at a local Chipotle restaurant. The news was first reported by Business Insider.
"Public Health routinely monitors for and investigates reports of foodborne illness and communicable diseases in response to health concerns," the Acute Communicable Disease Control unit of the Los Angeles Department of Public Health, told CNBC via email.
A number of customers self-reported symptoms such as vomiting, diarrhea and nausea to the website iwaspoisoned.com after eating at a Chipotle on West Pico Boulevard in LA. This website allows patrons to anonymously report incidents in which they believe they have gotten food poisoning at a restaurant.