Food Poisoning 5 years ago
1 person had — diarrhea
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“Food Once we left the restaurant, everything was fine. We went to store to pick up a few things, but once it was close to 10:30pm-11pm then that’s when the symptoms came. My boyfriend began to feel nauseous and his stomach began to hurt. Around midnight is when he started... to vomit and also got diarrhea. ”
“We ate the fried mozzarella sticks, chicken gnocchi soup. And breadsticks. A couple hours later we were both violently sick. After eating, it was 4 hours before getting sick. Made it to the hotel, and we both started having severe cramps, then diarrhea and vomiting. This started Saturday, and we... are still out of work today. ”
“I got one an appetizer platter consisting of fried parmesan, fried lasagna bits, and fried beef and pork raviolli with alfredo and marinara sauces on the side. I also got soda and breadsticks with my meal. I at there around 1 PM PST and woke up around 4 AM PST... with painful stomach cramping and started to go through the vomiting and diarrhea of classic salmonella poisoning. ”
“Not sure First diarrhea then nausea cramps only I got sick 4 to 5 hours after ”
“Pumpkin pie The pumpkin pie was a little frozen. I asked them to heat it up. When it came back there was no whip cream on it. So I asked him to add some. They quite possibly or angry at me for sending it back twice so I think they... spiked it with something. ”
“Not sure My husband and I went there. He’s fine, but I threw up a few hours after eating, then got really bad diarrhea the next day. My stomach is still grumbling and my bowels are still messed up. ”
“the meals all include drinks for free. we ordered 3 vitamin waters and 1 diet coke. 5/6 fam mebers drank the vitamin water. and got diarrhea - 1 y/o, 2 y/o & 3 y/o kids plus the grandma and mother. the husband who ordered coke didnt get diarrhea. this was... the only common thing we ate/drank all day. symptoms started at the end of the day last night. We had it at noon ”
“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.
“The Food Standards Agency (FSA) announced the recall of Vegetable Lasagne by Iceland as they may contain foreign materials like pieces of plastic or rubber.
FSA advises consumers not to eat this product and to return it to the place of purchase for a full refund.
- Iceland Vegetable Lasagne... (500g). Best before: 03 August 2021.
Check the full recall notice on the FSA website food.gov.uk
Source: FSA ”
“Had dinner at this branch with my family. the 4 of us got sick a few hours after we ate the shrimps. Vomitting Diarrhea. We would like to report the toilet as well. It was filthy so can you just imaging the kitchen. We are reporting this to DOH so... people wouldbe aware specially the restaurant owner..This is not the first time, since some of our friends were there a few eeks ago and same experience happened. ”
“ground beef prepackaged macaroni salad gave my partner food poisoning. He just got home from the doctors and it was confirmed food poisoning. The only food that could have given him food poisoning in that time frame was ground beef brand prepackaged macaroni salad, we are still trying to decide... which item it was. I am waiting for store to call me back. I am reporting this to their corporate telephone headquarters. ”
“Not sure if I'm really going to be sick just having stomach cramps stopped and got a burger ate half of it wonder why it was cold and taste and funny open the sandwich and notice that the meat was wrong in the inside. I just called the store. The... manager was very rude. Cutting me off as I'm speaking. If I become I'll what should I do I just ate it about hour ago. I've started cramping a little bit in my stomach just a little nausea And Diarrhea it's me I'm a 32 yr old adult ”
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