Help prevent further incidents of food poisoning.
Each year, millions of people get food poisoning and thousands die. The majority of cases are unreported due to mild illness, limited public knowledge of reporting methods, and the absence of laboratory confirmation of disease.
Reporting improves the timely detection of foodborne outbreaks, helping prevent more illnesses from occurring. Reporting helps improve the accuracy of estimated foodborne disease rates. It helps evaluate food policies, and keeps communities safe.
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Recent Interesting Reports
“This happened at the same location a couple months ago...I figured it surely had changed since. at a certain location yesterday. And a co-worker went as well, i didnt even know he did. We both came to work with same awful symptoms...Nausea, severe Diarrhea, cramps etc.....!!!!!, Myself, a friend, and... See More”
“Me and my husband ordered a large pepperoni and mushroom pizza and a side of Cinnabon’s and had it delivered, after 2 hours I was suffering from severe nausea and stomach cramping, then my husband started throwing up. The next morning we were both still nauseous and having horrible stomach... See More”
“On July 30th 2019 I had a 2 PC white dinner with coleslaw and I have been sick since 45 minutes after consuming it with nausea, diarrhea, and terrible stomach cramps. I believe the coleslaw is what made me sick. I am still struggling with the stomach pain and frequent... See More”
“Daughter ate there 8/21/19. She ended up in the ER on 8/22/19. I found out 4 other kids were there on 8/21 and all got sick. Two others were also taken to the ER. She had intense stomach pain and vomiting. Still recovering.”