What you need to know about chipotle’s ‘battery issues’

A report issued Friday by the U.S. Department of Agriculture says the California-based fast-casual restaurant chain’s supply chain was not up to code when a battery was overheating at its restaurant in the San Bernardino County, California, area in September.

The report was released after Chipotle announced a recall of about 700,000 pounds of frozen chicken and other ingredients in the U, and a recall was announced for other products, including chicken fingers and macaroni and cheese.

Chipotle said in a statement that it is “working closely with the USDA and its partners to address this issue and to ensure that Chipotle’s supply of products and suppliers continues to meet the highest standards for food safety.”

The company said it is in “continuous communication with the U and its regulatory partners, including the FDA and USDA.”