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    It is common to get food poisoning from beef. E. coli is usually associated with undercooked ground beef food poisoning and the symptoms include nausea, vomiting, and bloody diarrhea. One of the most infamous E. coli outbreaks occurred in 1993 Jack in the Box beef patties that sickened 732 people.

    Last updated: November 27, 2022

    Product: Beef

    Wife and I had undercooked beef burger and 6 hours later had intractable vomiting and diarrhea to the point of dehydration | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Dehydration See Less

    During the flight, flight attendants served dinner which comprised beef, mashed potatoes, and steamed/boiled veggies + dessert. During dinner, we immediately felt that the meat that was served had an unusual taste (Smokey and sour), but we did not report this to the cabin crew as we... See More thought that it might have been flavored or contained spices.
    1h after dinner we began feeling stomach issues and cramps. We asked the cabin crew for tea but it did not help. After 2 hours from the meal, she began feeling sick and her stomach cramps worsened. In addition, she appeared pale and she reported nausea throughout the flight.
    Upon landing, we reported the issue to one of the flight attendants, and we discovered that also two ladies that were sitting behind us and had the same "beef-based" meal, had the same stomach issues.
    After leaving the aircraft, she felt even worse, and on the way back home, she vomited several times. The day after, she is still in bed, with nausea, stomach cramps, and pale skin. | Symptoms: Nausea, Vomiting, Cramps
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    The food was very poor. Cold, dry fried chicken, terrible dim sum. But I had a beef dish that was very cold in some areas and warm in others. I’m now presuming it had been left out to defrost and then heated poorly in a microwave.

    Subsequently,... See More I have E. coli poisoning. I have been incredibly ill. Thankfully my pregnant wife and my one year old daughter didn’t eat any of my dish, because it could have been a lot more serious | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting See Less

    I just got sick throwing up , nausea , head ache , diarrhea, week . From eating corned beef hash . I bought from here. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Headache, Weakness See Less

    Ate orange chicken, Beijing beef and the expensive steak one with chow mein and within 20 minutes had severe diarrhea. | Symptoms: Diarrhea See Less

    Suspected food poisoning. Symptoms: Diarrhea,Fever,Stomach Pain,Cramps,Chills
    Suspected source: Beef pot pie
    Onset: 8 hours
    Duration: 3 days
    Sick: One
    Additional information: Blood. Not sure if this item was the cause, I ate a variety of food that day. If you get other "hits" for this product, then... See More we're on to something. | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Fever, Stomach Pain, Cramps, Chills, Bloody Stool See Less

    Report date: Nov 18, 2022
    10. Adequate handwashing sinks properly supplied and accessible
    - comments: observed no handwashing signage at the handwashing sinks at the front food prep areas. Instructed to provide said handwashing signage at all handwashing sinks and maintain.

    16. Food-contact surfaces: cleaned & sanitized... See More
    - comments: observed the commercial slicer on the food prep table in the rear dishwashing area was not cleaned. Instructed to clean and maintain said equipment.

    22. Proper cold holding temperatures
    - comments: found tcs food at improper temperature ranging temperatures of 48. 3-49. 9 f: chicken (48. 3-49. 9f) and italian beef meat (48. 8f), and cooked ground beef (48. 6f). All mentioned products were inside one of two of the walk-in coolers on site. Food discarded and denatured by employees. Pounds 150 pounds at $900. 00 priority violation 7-38-005, citation issued.

    33. Proper cooling methods used; adequate equipment for temperature control
    - comments: observed a walk-in cooler in the rear area at an improper temperature (48. 7 f). Instructed to repair and be able to maintain proper temperature of 41f or below. Priority violation 7-38-005, citation issued.

    48. Warewashing facilities: installed, maintained & used; test strips
    - comments: observed one missing sink stopper for the three-compartment sink. Instructed to provide the missing sink stopper and maintain it.

    55. Physical facilities installed, maintained & clean
    - comments: observed the floors near the mop sink located in the rear dishwashing area with food debris (onion peelings). Instructed to clean and maintain said floors.

    57. All food employees have food handler training
    - comments: observed expired food handler's training certification from employees. Instructed that all employees must comply with food handler's training by the food handling regulation enforcement act and retake food handlers course and maintain records on site.

    58. Allergen training as required
    - comments: observed no allergen training certificate for the certified food manager on duty. Instructed that all certified food managers must take the allergen train course and maintain records on-site at all times.

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    11/21 pm. I purchased ingredients to make meatloaf ground beef/ pork Italian sausage, eggs breadcrumbs, Yukon mashed potatoes, gravy, and green beans. All items were purchased from here Symptoms started 40 min after eating, It happened Yesterday evening | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting, Headache See Less

    Don't eat beef or pork, nor do I order any meat products here, yet every time I eat here (even a croissant) I get nauseous and upset stomach. There has to be something in the ingredients or breads. Note: I am not vegan or vegetarian, just excluded beef and pork out of my diet for about 18 years. | Symptoms: Nausea, Other See Less

    Portos is horrible with poor customer service. Poor quality food that serves a cluentel who should not be eating so much white flour, sugar and fillers. I really dislike the Glendale space as I was harassed and my car violated in their parking lot. When I brought this to the restaurants attention they did not care. They did nothing. I had to file a police report and have found Glendale to be rather dangerous.
    Reply 6 days ago
    Report date: Nov 17, 2022
    1. Person in charge present, demonstrates knowledge, and performs duties
    - comments: observed no person in charge with valid chicago food sanitation certificate. Instructed manager to designate person in charge during all hours of operation. Priority foundation

    2. City of chicago food... See More service sanitation certificate
    - comments: observed no chicago food sanitation manager on site or valid certificate posted when tcs food(italian beef 187. 2f) prepared and served. A chicago certified manager must be on site at all times tcs food prepared and served. Priority foundation 7-38-012 citation issued.

    3. Management, food employee and conditional employee; knowledge, responsibilities and reporting
    - comments: observed no employee health policy available. Instructed manager to provide signed acknowledgement of employee responsibility to report any illness transmissible through food. Priority foundation 7-38-010 citation issued.

    10. Adequate handwashing sinks properly supplied and accessible
    - comments: observed no hand washing signs at hand washing sinks in prep, dish washing and washroom areas. Instructed manager to provide.

    37. Food properly labeled; original container
    - comments: observed bulk containers not labeled. Instructed manager to label all bulk containers with common name of food.

    38. Insects, rodents, & animals not present
    - comments: observed fly strip hanging in rear dish washing area. Instructed manager to remove.

    41. Wiping cloths: properly used & stored
    - comments: observed soiled wiping cloths stored on prep tables. Instructed manager to store wiping cloths in sanitizing solution between uses.

    45. Single-use/single-service articles: properly stored & used
    - comments: observed single service articles not inverted in prep area. Instructed manager to invert all single service articles to protect from contamination.

    47. Food & non-food contact surfaces cleanable, properly designed, constructed & used
    - comments: observed damaged gasket on walk-in cooler door. Instructed manager to repair and maintain.

    49. Non-food/food contact surfaces clean
    - comments: observed food spills and debris on interior and exterior surfaces of rolling carts, shelving units, prep tables, coolers and cooking equipment. Instructed manager to clean and maintain.

    58. Allergen training as required
    - comments: observed no allergen training available. All certified managers must provide allergen training.

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