It’s hard to imagine how many people have been tracked through chipotle’s electronic menu systems.
And that’s what Chipotle has in store for you.
Chipotle says it wants to make it harder for the restaurant chain to track you by sending you a “chipotle tracking alert.”
The alert, which says “chipotles are available at this location” if you try to buy a chipotle food item online, says Chipotle will send a message to your phone when the item is available.
It can be a text or an email that is attached to the alert.
The text can tell you how long the chipotle is holding the item.
The alert is supposed to only appear if you have previously been served chips, and it will not show up if you’ve just visited the restaurant.
It’s also hard to know if Chipotle’s warning will be triggered.
If you visit a Chipotle restaurant and then return home, your phone’s tracking will not be triggered and you won’t receive a notification.
Chipotle has been under pressure from food safety regulators to make sure its electronic menu system is secure.
The federal food safety commission said earlier this month that Chipotle could face fines of up to $15 million for not having required restaurants to install a secure tracking system.
While the FTC has not said if Chipotles electronic menu is secure, Chipotle says its system is not breached.
In an emailed statement to The Associated Press, Chipototle said the warning is only sent if the item has been served and that it’s not a “direct threat.”
It says it’s the customer’s responsibility to verify whether their chipotle receipt is valid, and they should contact their local restaurant to check the status of their chipotles.
However, Chipots restaurant locations across the country are not required to provide such a system.
Chipotles customers also can call its customer service hotline at 1-800-CHIPS and ask for a verification code to send a tracking alert to the phone of their choice.