Food Poisoning 5 years ago
Reported By Iwaspoisoned.com User
1 person had — nausea and vomiting
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“We ordered the Goat Cheese dip and the two of us who ate it got violently sick.. I threw up within 2-3 hours after eating it, on top of that the restaurant was dirty.. I was sick all night and am still sick today. ”
“My husband and I ate there earlier this month. After dining and took home a whole 30th Anniversary cheesecake when we got home our sons each got a piece and within the 1st few bites one of them was crunching on something hard. It was hard plastic pieces. Our other... son as well as myself had also ate some. When I called the Manager about it the next day I was told sorry to say this was not the 1st time this has happened! This left me concerned so I ran the remaining cheesecake through a strainer and found a large piece of plastic sheeting as well! I have photos to share as well of the large plastic piece. I was contacted by the risk Manager and was asked to send the items to her so they could be investigated. I mail part of them to her and still have some as well. I was told the large plastic piece was a plastic collar used to assemble the cheesecake. I have not been given an answer as to what the small hard plastic pieces are. You can see the small plastic pieces in the photo in the blue circle. ”
“Prawn sandwich 8 hours, just me, no one else had a sandwich. I bought a prawn sandwich at 11:54 and ate it almost immediately and this is the only thing i had that was different from the rest of my family. Then at approx. 9 i started to get cramps... in my stomach amd had to take ibrupofen and paracetamol to try and ease the pain, then at 2am i jumped out of bed to vomit and then shortly after i had diarrhoea, i was tempted to go to hospital due to the servere pain, but by 7 symptoms had stopped and i just feel so tired, even after a long sleep from 7-12. Not happy at all, i thought we could trust them. ”
“Our family had dinner there yesterday. I had a double double. My husband and our older son ate cheese burgers. Our little one had fries only. Our big kid had 99 degree fever and threw up three times this morning. His teacher told us later that there are two more... kids in his class had same symptoms after he left school. Not sure if its contagious. My husband threw up once tonight and had diarrhea as well. My little one threw up during the midnight. He just return to sleep. Hopefully they will be fine tomorrow. ”
“There is some confusion surrounding the current Coronavirus (called 2019-NocV) outbreak that began in December 2019 and whether you can get it through food. Here is some information:
What is Coronavirus?
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses found in both animals and humans. Past outbreaks include Middle East Respiratory... Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The current novel Coronavirus (a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans) is thought to originate in live food markets in Wuhan, China through animals and human contact.
How is it transmitted?
Coronaviruses such as the current 2019-NocV are transmitted through the respiratory system, not the gut, so there is a low risk of infection through the consumption of contaminated food. Restaurants can be a site of transmission of coronavirus because of the large numbers of people congregating in close quarters and then coughing/sneezing could spread the disease just like in other places (transportation, schools, etc). But the food itself isn’t a likely vehicle.
Signs of infection?
Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases and those with weakened immune systems, an infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure, and even death.
Recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO):
Standard recommendations to prevent infection spread include regular hand washing, covering mouth+nose when coughing/sneezing, and avoiding close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing.
For more info, please visit: who.int ”
“CFIA announced the recall of Mark-Crest 3" Butter Tart due to plastic pieces presence. No illnesses or injuries have linked to this recall to date.
The recalled products were distributed to Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario.
- Mark-Crest 3" Butter Tart (4.6 kg). UPC: 056623112323. Codes: 102819-1-000 to 102819-20-000
You... can check the full recall notice on the CFIA website inspection.gc.ca ”
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