Masterchef winner sinks to £4.7m loss after norovirus outbreak at Mexican chain Wahaca forces nine restaurants to close



Mexican restaurant chain Wahaca has plunged into a £4.7m loss, blaming a norovirus outbreak last year which forced it to close nine restaurants.
Wahaca said sinking into the red was partly due to one-off costs of £700,000, which sent profits down from £600,000 a year earlier.
Sales at the group, owned by Masterchef winner Thomasina Miers came in flat at £46.6million.
Around 160 customers and a quarter of Wahaca's staff were taken ill in October after it was hit by an 'unprecedented' outbreak of Norovirus. 
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5 April 2018 in Business, Views: 161
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