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Chipotle removes this food order option after workers call out cheap burrito hack

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People walk past a Chipotle store on August 10, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images) In recent years, Chipotle customers have been sharing cheap burrito hacks on social media, and it seems restaurant workers aren't all too pleased with the method.

Two employees have gone viral on TikTok after they showed their dislike toward the money-saving hack, in which customers order a single taco, a side tortilla and side orders of meats, cheese, vegetables, rice and beans.$3 CHIPOTLE BURRITO ORDERING HACK GOES VIRAL ON TIKTOK: 'SEE THE AMOUNT OF FOOD'The side orders are packaged into small plastic containers and the hack had allowed customers to roll up their own burrito for a fraction of the cost.Multiple users on TikTok have reported that the hack has gotten them a deconstructed burrito for around $3.A Chipotle store signage is seen on August 10, 2022 in New York City. (Photo by Michael M.

Santiago/Getty Images) On average, Chipotle burritos start at $6.50, according to fastfoodmenuprices.com – a website that collects prices on fast food items nationwide.An executive at Chipotle told Fox News Digital that the company will change its policy on single orders in response to the hack.Aaron Leopold, 18, who apparently works at Chipotle, shared a video on TikTok that warned viewers to not try the burrito hack, on Monday, Sept.

5."Don’t try that $3 burrito hack at MY location," Leopold wrote over his video, which showed he filled the side order containers halfway.At another location, a TikTok user who goes by Christina shared a video herself venting after a customer used the hack to order tacos with two sides of tomatoes, two sides of greens, two sides of sour cream, a side of corn, a side of black beans,.

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