In-N-Out Burger, Tucson, AZ, United States
Food Poisoning 3 years ago
North Oracle Road, Tucson, 85705 Arizona, United States
Reported By Iwaspoisoned.com User
1 person had — diarrhea, nausea and fever
“I have gotten sick back to back twice from there, once at this location and another on the ina location by the foothills mall. Each time my stomach had the worst stabbing pain and it swelled up like i was pregnant. I threw up multiple times along with diarrhea. I... also felt weak and like my stomach was going to explode for more than one day. Thinking it was just the location i tried it again at the ina location after i gave myself some time to trust them again. I realized quick that no matter how much i love it they obviously are not practicing safe food handling or they are ordering meat from a horrible company but either way it is safe to say i will never ever in my life eat there again and i am super bummed that they cant get it together with their food handling policies because i loved they. ”
“Date Closed: 01/30/2020
According to the report from the Pima County Health Department, an inspector observed a dead roach inside a refrigerator next to fresh fruit and a “couple of dead insects 'like’ nymph roaches” inside a container with lettuce. The inspector also observed “multiple roaches crawling in and out”... from a kettle unit used for the process of baking bagels and an “excessive accumulation” of dead roaches underneath it.
According to the report, “due to the roach infestation in the kettle unit,” the restaurant was forced to close down.
Source: kold.com ”
“Not sure. Onset 6 hours after eating, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, general weakness, extreme abdominal pain, cramps ”
“Eating from there I only ate half of my meal and I went by myself like 30 minutes after I started sweating getting lightheaded and started getting diarrhea hasn't stopped ”
“I went out to eat last night with my girlfriend. We shared an appetizer and our meals both had fried chicken. I’m not sure what was bad but we were both sick all night last night and this morning. Not fun. ”
“Our company ordered poke bowl on Tuesday 1/28/2020.
5 or more employees who ate raw tuna got sick with different severities while none of the employees who did not eat raw tuna got sick.
Symptoms started the morning after and escalated throughout the day. Serial vomiting up to 6 times,... dry heaving, fever, GI distress, limited diarrhea are reported by employees. ”
“I purchased it around 3 or 4pm ate two pieces and relaxed. A few hours later I’m having diarrhea vomiting and nausea. Don’t know what to do. I can’t move was thinking about calling rescue. What should I do? ”
“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 ”
“CFIA announced on Feb 21st the recall of Fresh Bean Sprouts by Fresh Sprouts due to the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. There have been no illnesses reported linked to this recall.
CFIA advises consumers not to eat the recalled products or return them to the place of purchase.... This product was distributed in the Ontario province.
- Fresh Bean Sprouts (454 g). UPC: 8 27468 00100 0. Code: 20/FEB/28
You can check the full recall notice on the CFIA website inspection.gc.ca
Source: CFIA ”
“FDA announced the recall of frozen Superfood Smoothie Kits by Blendtopia because of the potential to be contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes. There have not been any illnesses reported linked to this recall.
FDA advises consumers to discard these products or return them to the place of purchase. The recalled products... were distributed nationwide and sold at select retailers and through online sales.
- Blendtopia Superfood Smoothie Kits “Glow”, “Detox”, “Energy”, “Immunity” and “Strength”. Labeled: Best By July 2021, Best By Oct 2021, and Best By Nov 2021.
Check the full recall notice on the FDA website fda.gov
Source: FDA ”
“After dinner down the street at a restaurant, my 8-year old son indulged in a full scoop of Rainbow Sherbet on a sugar cone. I warned him that it was too big and that he might get sick. 4 hours later he barfed up our expensive night out. I recall... thinking that the ice cream didn’t seem very cold...and that the medium rare Pepper Steak we had earlier wasn’t hot. All night with his head in the toilet and a slight fever, I suspect food poisoning. I don’t have symptoms but I also didn’t have the ice cream. Urgent Care in the morning. ”
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