“Ordered Pizza in the evening. Ate two slices. Two hours later projectile vomiting and violent diarrhoea still nauseated ”
“Food poisoning from ordering 2 xl pizzas. Had some with my boyfriend, and we both are having the symptoms. Called support a few times and no clear answer. I want a full refund of my order.
First time feeling this sick from eating from this place, last time eating here.... Lesson learned.
I had vomitting, neaseau, confusion, MASSIVE headaches. 3rd day in a row with watery bowl/blood.
This is crazy, something needs to be done about it. ”
“combo pizza Husband ate about 2 slices of combo pizza plus 2 pepperoni in about less than one hour. I ate 3 slices of combo pizza in between time span of 3 hours. He got diarrhea in about an hour after eating the pizza. I got diarrhea about one hour... after eating 2 slices of combo back to back. Somewhat sharp abdominal pain followed by diarrhea. ”
“pizza. Delivered to the home. Two got sick. Started last night with vomiting and diarrhea. Continued all through the day today, including body aches. ”
Recent Interesting Reports
“A salad from there had works in it and I had eaten it before I noticed I was vomiting and had diarrhoea Just me I ordered via Deliveroo , I ate parts of the salad before noticing the small light brown worms laying dead or lettuce and cucumbers about 40... minutes after words I had pains and the urge to go to the bathroom and ended up vomiting and having diarrhoea the next morning ”
“Three of the four of us who ate on 2/11 Tuesday evening got sick within 6 hours of each other this morning despite having not been together since Tuesday. We all ate the bread and dips (chefs spreads), sesame salmon, almond crusted chicken, squash salad, beef goulash, chicken kebab, and... brussel sprouts. ”
“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 ”
“Sushi My brother and I both ate a type of sushi that I commonly get. My wife did not. A few hours later both my brother and I began feeling nauseous. This morning I broke out into sweats and began projectile vomiting. I have not heard from him yet. I... have some of that same sushi in a take out box. ”
“vegetarian salad-lentils, avocado, pickled carrot, spinach. Lemony dressing. I bought the salad around 4 pm. I had not eaten lunch. The nausea started when I got into bed, around 11:30. It got progressively strong and I could not sleep. I decided not to vomit, but could have easily. I looked... up how to relieve nausea and found sutting up a fresh lemon and smelling it and sucking it did the trick. I did not have any fresh ginger, which is the preferred remedy. The smell relieve the nausea and I went to sleep. ”
“FSA announced the recall of Nestlé Ski Yogurt Variety Pack with Fruit Pieces by Nestlé because they might contain small pieces of black rubber.
FSA advises not to consume these products. Nestlé advises returning the top of the outer sleeve with your personal information for a full refund. The only... recalled products are the ones with the following "Use by" dates:
- Nestlé Ski Yogurt Variety Pack with Fruit Pieces. Pack size: 480g (4x120g). Use by dates: 21 February 2020, 22 February 2020, 28 February 2020, 29 February 2020, 6 March 2020, 7 March 2020, 13 March 2020
To check the full returning instructions and the full recall notice visit the FSA website food.gov.uk
Source: FSA ”
“There is some confusion surrounding the current Coronavirus (called 2019-NocV) outbreak that began in December 2019 and whether you can get it through food. Here is some information:
What is Coronavirus?
Coronaviruses are a large family of viruses found in both animals and humans. Past outbreaks include Middle East Respiratory... Syndrome (MERS) and Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS). The current novel Coronavirus (a new strain that has not been previously identified in humans) is thought to originate in live food markets in Wuhan, China through animals and human contact.
How is it transmitted?
Coronaviruses such as the current 2019-NocV are transmitted through the respiratory system, not the gut, so there is a low risk of infection through the consumption of contaminated food. Restaurants can be a site of transmission of coronavirus because of the large numbers of people congregating in close quarters and then coughing/sneezing could spread the disease just like in other places (transportation, schools, etc). But the food itself isn’t a likely vehicle.
Signs of infection?
Common signs of infection include respiratory symptoms, fever, cough, shortness of breath and breathing difficulties. In more severe cases and those with weakened immune systems, an infection can cause pneumonia, severe acute respiratory syndrome, kidney failure, and even death.
Recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO):
Standard recommendations to prevent infection spread include regular hand washing, covering mouth+nose when coughing/sneezing, and avoiding close contact with anyone showing symptoms of respiratory illness such as coughing and sneezing.
For more info, please visit: who.int ”