Chipotle Mexican Grill also held its earnings call yesterday and reported comparable sales through the first quarter were down almost a full 30% from Q1 of 2015, while revenues came in over 23% lower at $834.5 million.  The drop stems from the double health scandals the company encountered with both norovirus and E. coli outbreaks occurring in a number of stores across the country over a period of several months.  Tim Hortons held its earnings call as well yesterday reporting that their Q1 US comparable sales were at plus 5.8%.  Of course, they do not disclose the same store sales components, so . . .  They highlighted the launch of the Croissant Breakfast Sandwich and also noted new SDAs were signed for Indianapolis (the new franchisee is an oil and gas operator, but no store counts were noted) and Columbus.