20 cases of E. coli being investigated in Wisconsin with Lettuce suspected as the cause
Food Safety 3 weeks ago
Wisconsin, United States
Total all time reports: 10
Total all time sick persons: 9
“The Wisconsin Dept of Health announced that there have been at least 20 cases of E. coli spread through out the state recently. The investigation is ongoing and they are still interviewing potentially infected consumers. While a source of the illness has't been identified yet, there is suspicion that romaine lettuce to be the source of the infection.
Symptoms of an E. coli infection can vary but often include stomach cramps, diarrhea (often bloody), and vomiting.
For more information and a short history of Lettuce outbreaks click here: foodpoisonjournal.com
Source: Wisconsin Department of Health”