*UPDATE* September 12th.
According to the FDA this outbreak seems to be over. There were 511 people infected with Cyclospora all linked to the consumption of salads from McDonald’s in 15 states. 24 people were hospitalized and no deaths were reported.
The latest update from the FDA ongoing investigation revealed that 31 more ill people were added to this Cyclospora outbreak, and the total infected count now rises up to 507 people, all linked to the consumption of salads from McDonald’s in 15 states. 24 people have been hospitalized; no deaths have been reported.
40 more ill people were added to this outbreak based on the latest update from the FDA ongoing investigation, making it a total of 476 people infected with Cyclospora linked to the consumption of salads from McDonald’s in 15 states.
According to the FDA ongoing investigation, 436 people infected with Cyclospora related to the consumption of salads from McDonald’s restaurants.
395 people have been reported sick with a Cyclospora infection in 15 states. These cases have been linked to Fresh Express Salad Mix Served at McDonald’s. There have been 16 hospitalizations and no deaths.
Consumers who have symptoms of cyclosporiasis should contact their healthcare provider to report their symptoms and receive care. McDonald's has reported that it has replaced the supplier of salads in affected states since July 13th.
A number of people have reported vomiting and diarrhea soon after dining at a McDonald's restaurant located on Asheville Hwy in Brevard, North Carolina. We received over 59 reports citing over 77 people sick, as of August 7th
We received over 267 reports citing over 420 people sick on this outbreak linked to the Sawmill Parkway, Powell, Ohio location of Chipotle Mexican Grill.
Premo Brand and Fresh Grab Turkey & Swiss Submarine Sandwiches recalled due to potential presence of Listeria. These sandwiches were produced and packaged by JLM, a sister company to Lipari Foods, LLC, the official issuer of the recall.
The products were distributed to food service and retail stores in 11 states. If you purchased these recalled products do not consume them. You should discard the products or return them to the point of purchase.
Iwaspoisoned.com was noted as a primary source by WATE 6 and KNOX news in identifying a recent E. coli outbreak in Gatlinburg, TN, which caused at least 550 illnesses among visitors who drank well water at the CLIMB Works Zip Line Canopy Tour.
Over the weekend of July 6-8, we received 5 independent reports, citing 11 total sick, as families and friends began reporting illness after visiting CLIMB Works. Gathered, these reports indicated patterns of a possible food poisoning outbreak around specific dates, at a very specific location...