Dig Inn Food Poisoning
It's possible to get food poisoning from locally farm sourced restaurants such as Dig Inn. Local sourcing and supplier fragmentation can add complexity, make monitoring more difficult, and increase risk in some cases. The most commonly reported food poisoning symptoms from Dig Inn are vomiting and nausea.
“I got the Classic Dig (Charred Chicken thigh, broccoli, roasted sweet potatoes, brown rice, and garlic aoli dressing). I felt terrible about 2 or 3 hours later, as my stomach got worse and worse.
By 5 hours later, I was lying down on my couch unable to move from the... pain. I ended up vomiting all night long from it, with horrible fever and stomach cramps too. I was done throwing up by 8 AM. I also had terrible diarrhea for a day later. ”
“I ordered brussel sprouts, quinoa, and cauliflower. First time eating here. All i ate today’s as this and a protein bar so I know it was this. First food poisoning in 10 years, I hate you, Dig Inn ”