Burger King, Powell Street, San Francisco, CA, United States
Food Poisoning 3 years ago
Powell Street, San Francisco, 94102 California, United States
Reported By Iwaspoisoned.com User
1 person had — diarrhea and nausea
“ordered two crispy chicken sandwiches both where completely undercooked. pink and raw looking. ”
“I had a burger last night and became violently ill My husband and I ordered the same thing around 7:15pm. A double stacker king with bacon. Immediately after eating i became extremely nauseous with stomach pain. I started experiencing a headache. I then went to sleep. I woke up running... to the bathroom nauseous, barely making it, with excessive diarrhea. I feel extremely dehydrated and have already been to the bathroom 4 times since waking up. I am still experiencing nausea , abdominal cramping and diarrhea ”
“Bought 2 hamburgers. Which either was not cooked properly, or was serving bad meet 2 people in my house hold got sick from eating this. 1 symptoms didn't last long. The 2nd case was part through the night and part of the day ”
“IMPOSSIBLE BURGER - AT there- flatulency, stomach pain, diarrhea ”
“Eating from a restaurant. We went there for a meal. My hubby ordered a chicken and shrimp dish with fried rice. The chicken and shrimp was cooked at the table. When I tasted his dish the chicken tasted rotten. He thought it was just bland. He ate his meal. That... night he had a loose tummy several times and vomiting. ”
“My daughter ate a Torino’s square pizza around 3/4 pm and by 7 PM she was complaining of stomach pains, having to vomit & use the restroom every 20 minutes. This is the third time this has happened to her. ”
“I made the awful mistake of buying the Banyan Won Ton wrappers located in the refrigerated foods section by produce. I got the worst food poisoning of my life! My husband got sick as well. I am 3 months pregnant and was dangerously sick from this food, vomiting multiple times... with fever, chills, and was unable to leave my bed or eat much of anything for days. I went to the doctor after I wasn't getting any better and was informed the bad food had given me a bacterial infection. I contacted them about this incident and you know how they responded? They did not take me remotely serious. Offered me a refund for the bad food I tossed in the trash after it made me sick but did not offer to reimburse me for my medical bills as a result of the awful food poisoning and did NOT even pull the bad product from the store shelves! On the contrary! They RESTOCKED the shelf with MORE!!! Do not buy refrigerated foods from this store! This is not the first incident of me getting bad/spoiled food from this store. Its food quality is going down fast. They should be ashamed for knowingly selling food that makes people sick! ”
“CFIA announced the recall of several milk products by Agropur Cooperative due to the presence of sanitizer. There has been one illness reported linked to this recall.
CFIA advises consumers not to consume these products even if they don't look or smell spoiled. Return them to the place of purchase.... These products were sold in Ontario and Quebec provinces.
- Sealtest Skim Milk (2 L). UPC: 64420001412. Code: FE 08 (1490)
- Sealtest Skim Milk (4 L). UPC: 64420001405. Code: 1490 FE08
- Sealtest 1% Milk (4 L). UPC: 64420001603. Code: 1490 FE08
- Sealtest 2% Milk (4 L). UPC: 64420000774. Code: 1490 FE08
- Sealtest 2% Milk (1 L). UPC: 64420000798. Code: FE 08 (1490)
- L'ecole, c'est nourissant 2% Milk (150mL). UPC: 55872001068. Code: FE 08 (1490)
- Sealtest 3.25% Milk (1 L). UPC: 64420000244. Code: FE 08 (1490)
You can check the full recall notice on the CFIA website inspection.gc.ca
Soutce: CFIA ”
“Had a salmon with a pesto pasta, I also had 1 slice of a margarita pizza. That was on feb-16-2020 around 8pm
Even though the service was horrible due to the fact that they were very busy, the food tasted delicious.
That's all I had all day as for food....
A bit after leaving the restaurant my stomach was cramping and 4 hours after my dinner I got sick. Only i got sick ”
“The impossible burger. I got my husband the impossible burger and he ate it and about an hour later he started feeling really sick. His body aches, he has diarrhea, and throwing up. Just my husband has gotten sick. But this has never happened before. It was right after he... ate the impossible burger. ”
“February 1, 2020, at 1:47 PM. I purchased 3 Haagen Daz ice creams, 14 oz size, assorted flavors, at this store. The first one was consumed immediately, the same day. It appeared to be OK. The second one was consumed later that evening. The second one seemed to be OK,... but as I got closer to the bottom, it was obvious it had not been refrigerated properly. The bottom had melted and then refrozen, before I bought it. Ck'd my freezer, the thermometer showed a temp of minus 5 degrees F.
Developed nausea a few hours later that night, then extreme fatigue for the better part of a week, Notified the store manager, of the refrozen ice cream and asked him to ck with his vendor to try to prevent future occurrences. He sent me an email a few days later indicating he wanted to discuss it with me. Saw him Feb 7th, Thursday, at the store. I told him I wanted to discuss it as well but was in a hurry, would do it later when it was mutually convenient. He, not to be put off, followed me down the back stairs and started an apparently prepared speech. YOU ARE MAKING A LOT OF COMPLAINTS. IT SEEMS WE CAN'T PLEASE YOU. NO ONE HAS EVER COMPLAINED BEFORE. He even quoted the ice cream vendor, who was not present, as saying, he, the vendor had never a complaint about melted ice cream, he repeated his speech several more times with the additional filip that, "YOU WOULD BE HAPPIER GOING SOMEWHERE ELSE.”
As background, the store freezer, full of ice cream, had malfunctioned a short time before that. Many pints of ice cream had melted but were refrozen when the freezer came back on. I mentioned to him, at the time, those ice creams should be disposed of. The vendor or he may have been putting a few pints of refrozen, spoiled, ice cream back in the freezer in an attempt to minimize the dollar loss.
Whatever the cause, spoiled ice cream should not be sold. Telling customers to go somewhere else is not an effective way of dealing with concerns about spoiled products. They and the Health Department need to take the necessary steps to prevent future occurrences.
“CFIA announced the recall of the marketplace of the plain Peanut Spread products by Nuts ‘N More due to the potential to be contaminated with Listeria. No illnesses have been linked to this recall to date.
CFIA advises consumers to return these products to the place of purchase for a... full refund. The recalled products were distributed nationwide.
- Nuts ‘N More Plain Peanut Spread (454 g). UPC: 6 09132 00242 7. Exp: 03/04/2021. Lot code: PB91
Check the full recall notice on the CFIA website inspection.gc.ca
Source: CFIA ”
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