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Product: Chicken Caesar salad



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Torresdale Avenue, Philadelphia, PA, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Other Cramps
“I had a chicken Caesar salad and I ate romaine lettuce but I don’t know where it came from I told my boyfriend to ask them he saying they not gone know that E. coli is severe and it’s in California Arizona New Jersey and newyork Florida etc I need... See More to know where they lettuce from in Philadelphia I woke up very dehydrated and already been cramping before I ate it
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Bertucci's Italian Restaurant, 1500 South Willow Street, Manchester, 03103 New Hampshire, United States

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting Chills Fever
“Went on Sunday 1/5/20 with my mom and sister for lunch. I had a chicken Caesar salad, water and the bread and oil they pass out to each table. Woke up in the middle of the night feeling nauseous and then threw up a couple times before going back to... See More bed. Woke up Tuesday morning and ran straight to the toilet again. Had to call out of work that day and was unable to move much at all that whole day. I ran a small fever, got the chills and my face was ghost white and cold. At the end of the day I was finally able to put some food in my stomach but was able to drink fluids to try to stay hydrated. The only two same things my mom, sister and myself all had was the oil and water. We each ordered different dishes but all got sick.
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Delta airlines, Flight from Amsterdam to Salt Lake City

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Weakness Chills
“Delta and KLM dec 16. JRO to Ams and Ams to Slc. Maybe chicken Caesar salad? Romaine? Threw up 24 hours after getting home, chills and weakness ”
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Los Coches Creek Middle School, El Cajon, California, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Vomiting
“cafeteria- Chicken Caesar salad My son ate a chicken Caesar salad for lunch at school. He began to feel sick about an hour later. He then when to the nurse's office and vomited. He can't keep water down. He's weak and has vomited 3 times in the last 3 hours... See More since the initial vomiting. He is cold, pale and tired. He's 11 years old.
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Stinger Ray's Tropical Bar & Grill, Kahului, HI, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting Dehydration Stomach Pain
Chicken Caesar salad, fried calamari. Ate around 7 or 8pm got on the plane for LA. Got horribly sick at the LA airport restroom. Then again at the Eugene airport restroom, had to be take. To the emergency room . Diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, severe dehydration. ”
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Plenty, 1825 San Pablo Ave, Oakland, CA 94612, United States

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea Vomiting Chills
“I'm writing this on behalf of my boyfriend, who was violently ill on 12/3/19 after eating a chicken caesar salad. Around an hour or so after eating, he was hit with extreme exhaustion, left work, and by the afternoon was projectile vomiting and experiencing extreme chills. After reading another coinciding... See More report about this happening to someone after a salad from Urban Remedy, I would advise to be careful with ordering meals with lettuce here for the time being. It was so scary. I've never seen him that sick before. Beware.
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Trader Joe's, 5451 Lone Tree Way, Brentwood, CA 94513, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Nausea
chicken Caesar salad , Ate chicken ceasar sald and had nausea die about 30 minutes later  ”
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Boudin Bakery, San Francisco, CA, USA

Report Type: Food Poisoning
Symptoms: Diarrhea Vomiting
Chicken Caesar Salad from here, I ordered Chicken Caesar Salad for dinner on November 14 and was very ill on the 15-20. I couldn’t sit up or move without puking. I was the only one who ordered salad from my family. ”
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Multistate Outbreak of E. coli O157:H7 Infections

Report Type: Outbreak
“The CDC, public health officials and the FDA are conducting an investigation on a multistate outbreak of E. coli O157:H7, where 17 people have been reported sick and 7 of these required hospitalizations. No deaths have bee reported to date. This investigation includes the seven people reported ill by the... See More Maryland Department of Health. To date, the CDC advises consumers are not to eat Ready Pac Bistro® Bowl Chicken Caesar Salad, lot #255406963, “Best By” date Oct. 31, 2019. However, the investigation continues to identify the source of this outbreak as the ill people in other states have not reported eating this particular salad. FDA advises people to consult their healthcare provider if they suspect that they have developed symptoms similar to the ones of an E. coli infection and to sanitize the cooking surfaces in order to prevent the spreading of foodborne illnesses. You can check the full outbreak notice on the CDC website

E. coli linked to Ready Pac Bistro Bowl Chicken Caesar Salad sold at Sam's Club

Report Type: Food Safety
“The Maryland Dept of Health is investigating a cluster of E. coli infections among 7 customers in MD. All reported eating Ready Pac Bistro Bowl Chicken Caesar Salad purchased from Sam’s Club locations in MD. There has been one hospitalization and no deaths associated with this case.

Consumers are advised... See More not to eat Ready Pac Bistro® Bowl Chicken Caesar Salad, lot #255406963, “Best By” date Oct. 31, 2019. Testing of unopened salad bought by a customer identified the presence of E. coli O157 in the romaine lettuce. In addition to Sam’s Club, these salad bowls are distributed to many other retailers. The investigation is ongoing and additional testing is pending. Consumers are advised to seek medical advice if they have diarrhea that lasts for more than three days, or diarrhea that is accompanied by a fever higher than 102 degrees Fahrenheit, blood in the stool or ongoing vomiting. For more information please go to: Source: Maryland Department of Health
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