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The company said the brand's declining sales led to its decision.
The company says nearly 4,000 employees will be affected by the closures.
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Cutting down on customer wait times and improving order accuracy has been a main focus of the company's turnaround over the last year.
The burrito eatery's executives said Wednesday that the free food offers have been helping to drive traffic in the wake of two E. coli outbreaks that have sent the chain's sales plunging.
Known as the McBarge, the restaurant has been sitting in Canadian waters for nearly 30 years.
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Erica Welton was a food buyer for Costco for 14 years before leaving to launch the restaurant chain, called The Organic Coup.
The former pitchman for Subway is said to have possessed and distributed child porn and traveled across state lines for sex with a minor