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    Tuna food poisoning can occur whether eating raw tuna in sushi/poke or cooked tuna in sandwiches. In April 2019 a tuna outbreak linked to salmonella sickened 13 people after consuming contaminated sushi made from tuna. Later that year in Oct, tuna was recalled for possible scombroid poisoning.

    Last updated: March 24, 2023

    Product: Tuna

    The FSA and UKHSA are investigating a Listeria outbreak likely linked to Baronet soft cheeses. Whole Genome Sequencing surveillance of listeriosis samples by UKHSA has identified 3 cases potentially linked to an outbreak, unfortunately, one person has died. The outbreak strain has also been found in some... See More food products and samples taken from food environments, however, there is no confirmation that Baronet is the cause of this outbreak.

    The FSA and UKHSA are warning the public not to eat Baronet semi-soft cheeses which have been recalled because they are contaminated with listeria, in some cheeses at exceptionally high levels. They continue to work closely together and with local authorities in response to this outbreak and further recalls may be undertaken if any more products are found to be affected.

    The cheeses are sometimes served sliced from a deli counter, so it may not always be clear whether you have purchased an affected product. If in doubt, consumers are advised to contact the retailer they bought their cheese from to find out if the Baronet cheese they have purchased is from the businesses and batches affected and in the meantime to not eat the product.

    Businesses are also being advised that they must check whether they have been impacted by the product withdrawal and recalls undertaken by the businesses and ensure they observe this and take action where necessary. If suppliers have sold to retailers, it is vital that each retailer carries out a product recall and informs their local authority.

    It is important that businesses follow the product withdrawal and recalls undertaken, and if they have received the product, ensure good hygiene practices to prevent the risk of cross-contamination – it is possible that other cheese, if handled using the same equipment or on common surfaces, may have also been contaminated and therefore affected.

    In case you are experiencing Listeria monocytogenes symptoms such as high fever, severe headache, stiffness, nausea, abdominal pain, and diarrhea, it is important to report it. It can help to detect & resolve outbreaks early and prevent others from being harmed, and it enables better surveillance. If symptoms persist, seek medical care.

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    First time at here and it made me sick after 4 hours. Chicken, brown rice, sweet potatoes, super green mix, olives, tomatoes in olive oil, avocado, regular hummus, red cabbage, feta, Greek vigagrette, pita chips. I have not been able to really digest it everything came back... See More up and out both ends. Unfortunately I will not be eating at Cava again. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Fever, Cramps, Chills, Sweating, Body Ache See Less

    Closure Date: 03/13/2023


    - High Priority - Employee touching ready-to-eat food with their bare hands - food was not being heated as a sole ingredient to 145 degrees F or immediately added to other ingredients to be cooked/heated to the minimum required temperature to allow bare... See More hand contact. Establishment has no approved Alternative Operating Procedure. Putting bar fruit on a drink **Warning**

    - High Priority - Live, small flying insects in establishment. -In the bathrooms. Mens room, approximately 10 flies swarming around toilet in stall. In womens restrooms, approximately 30 flies on the walls/corners. In the handicapped stall, approximately 10 flies on the wall. Operator began spraying flies with alcohol and cleaning up dead ones. 8 left in Mens room, 4 in handicapped, 10 in womens restroom - 4 on the wall in the kitchen next to handsink; 2 in prep area; 4 outside walk in cooler **Corrective Action Taken** **Warning**

    - High Priority - Presence of live ants, approximately 20 on west bar top **Corrected On-Site** **Repeat Violation** **Warning**

    - High Priority - Stop Sale issued due to adulteration of food product. Dead fly floating in egg wash, reach in cooler next to steamer. **Warning**

    - High Priority - Time/temperature control for safety food cold held at greater than 41 degrees Fahrenheit. - Fresh mozzarella 44-45F, diced tuna 46F, right cookline cooler. - Fish dip 46F left cookline cooler. Both coolers stocked within an hour of inspection. Advised to remove extra plastic container acting as a barrier. - sour cream sitting below expo window 54F, operator returned to cooler **Corrective Action Taken** **Warning**

    - High Priority - Toxic substance/chemical improperly stored. Satin shine over reach in cooler **Corrected On-Site** **Warning**

    Source: Florida Department Of Health
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    I purchased a family pack of bone in ribeye steaks, and luckily my girlfriend only had 2 bites of hers but I unfortunately ate my whole steak and got bad food poisoning, have been bed ridden for 2 days and non stop stomach pains, diarrhea and vomiting | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Stomach Pain See Less

    I recently obtained food poisoning from there.
    Severe nausea and weakness lasting over 24 hours. I ate a tuna salad sandwich on a croissant with French fries.
    I think I will just need to spend more time in bed and wait until the whatever made me ill... See More leaves my system. I’m no longer vomiting but I feel very weak and feel unable to eat anything. | Symptoms: Nausea, Weakness See Less

    Beware of the recent positive reviews as they are fake. Hotel management are manipulating them. Pay attention to the 1/5 reviews. They are very very accurate.
    We are not picky people and we have... See More realistic expectations. Were just looking forward to simple fun in the sun. Evern if the food wasn’t amazing we would have made the best of it and loved it. Unfortunately, this trip was a complete nightmare. From the moment we got there, our room was dirty and run down. But in reality this was the least of our worries. The night we got there we needed linens for the sofa bed so the kids could sleep, and it took almost 2 hours to get them. But again, this was minor in comparison to the huge issue with guests getting sick. Almost as soon as we got there we heard chit chat about how travellers were getting sick with somekind of stomach issue. Seeing as how we had a heads up, we tried to be extra safe. At the buffet we noticed that the “clean” plates and cutlery were dirty, like obviously dirty and all piled up wet in the buffet. We tried to pick and choose our plates to ensure we had a clean plate. We got there Tuesday evening and by Thursday evening my husband was feeling off- at 1am he started with diarrhea and began to vomit. It was obviously after he had had the chicken for dinner. I got really scared and at 4am I called the front desk to ask for medicine (immodium) and was told the pharmacy is closed and the doctor was $285USD- they were well aware of what was going on in the resort but offered very little help. We waited until 8am when the pharmacy opened. On my way I tried to tell the front desk my husband was sick and inform them of the absolute lack of proper cleaning and sanitization in the buffet area. She laughed when I told her they must not be using property soap to clean. What a joke. No help at all…..they literally shrugged their heads and blamed it on a virus from Canada, which is ridiculous. On Friday my husband continued with Diarrhea and also had a fever and he could not get out of bed. When chatting with other guest, we learned EVERYONE WAS SICK- LIKE EVERYONE. IT WAS SCARY. Even covid didn’t spread that quickly when it hit. You would be talking to one person and another overhears and says they and their family are sick as well. On Saturday night I asked the concierge to help bring us some bottled water as we had none left and they said they would bring it, smiled, and wrote down our room number and no water came that night. Unfortunately, I began to get sick myself on Saturday night. I was seemingly fine but we ate at the a la carte restaurant that night (we cancelled the first due to my husband being sick) I don’t’ know by but I ate a few small shrimps- after smelling them I thought it may be ok, the cup was cold smelled ok- BIG Mistake- 4 hours later I had diarrhea. I thought I got it all out and tried to sleep but then continued the next morning along with vomiting. Still no water from the night before. I called the front desk to ask for water at like 7am and no one brought water. (after vomiting- no water for hours). At this point we were even more scared for our well being and more importantly the health and well being of our kids. It’s a special kind of scary when things “look nice at the surface” and then you question every single thing you touch or eat. That morning I tried to shower and clean myself up and meet my family and just sit with them by the pool near the waterpark. There is supposed to be a shuttle service from the front of the hotel to the waterpark and it’s a joke, it never runs and when we did see the cart the driver was usually talking to his friends. So I decided to walk (still feeling generally unwell but ok enough to try and make the best of things), On my walk that day around 12:20pm to the waterpark area I had to walk by the kids club. As I was walking by, two small children were knocking on the door trying to get my attention. I stopped and paused for a min confused; I went to try to see the kids, they were crying and scared and knocking on the door from the inside. I quickly realized the door was locked and no one was there with them. THEY WERE LOCKED INSIDE THE KIDS CLUB ON THEIR OWN!! These kids were small, 4 and 5 years old! I started screaming at an employee to open the door for them. I got on my knees to try to calm them down and ensure I would be there to help them. The employee eventually came back… she went to get lunch. These kids were locked inside, for at least 40 mins or so. A group of others tried to help and locate the parents. This just shouldn’t have happened in the first place…they could have been ill, or chocked. Thank God they were ok. There is no excuse for this.
    At some point during the week one of our two room keys weren’t working, and so I went to the front desk to ask if they could fix it or set up another key and they just couldn’t do it….so we now only had 1 key with us for the remainder of the week. No use in asking them to fix it, just easier for us to “deal with it” and work together as it was the least of our problems. It was obviously a lack of cleanliness in the buffet area and lack of properly sanitizing/washing dishes/cutlery and cups that made so many other people sick. A LOT of the food was left out all day without proper storage temperatures. The staff had huge attitudes the entire time( which I could have honestly dealt with if it wasn’t so horribly dirty and we didn’t get sick). I saw many times, tongs or forks fall on the floor and the staff just pick it up, and puts it back. Tables were not cleaned with a sanitizer inbetween guests sitting down to eat. I saw a staff member clean one time in the buffet- she did a semi circle with a dirty wet cloth inbetween two platters on the buffet. That was it. We feel absolutely ripped off & traumatized. We will not be returning to the DR at all because of this resort. The hotel management were useless…..they just played the blame game. It’s food poisoning at it’s finest. Many families sick- went to the hospital to get IV’s. DO NOT GO HERE.  | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Something else, Fever
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    is any of this being reported to health departments? embassy? for those of us trying to rebook, we are out the entire cost of trip, including flights, to just switch hotel ..... multiple people have reported conformed at doctors/hospitals of parasite infection.
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    Suspected food poisoning. Symptoms: Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting, Fever, Stomach Pain, Chills, Headache
    Suspected source: tuna
    Onset: 4 to 12 hours
    Duration: other: Other | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting, Fever, Stomach Pain, Chills, Headache See Less

    Order tuna sandwich honey mustard tomotoe lettuce onion oil salt. Had 3 bites stomach started hurting not even 15 mins later I experienced upset stomach diarrhea and vomiting. | Symptoms: Nausea, Diarrhea, Vomiting, Other See Less

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