Earl of Sandwich Food Poisoning
You can get food poisoning from sandwiches and wraps. The most commonly reported symptoms of Earl of Sandwich food poisoning are vomiting and diarrhea. Customers have cited a tuna melt, chicken caesar wrap, Buffalo chicken wrap, Caprese sandwich, and Italian sandwich as the cause of illness.
“My daughter and I got different sandwiches on 9-8-19 for a late dinner. I had a chicken caesar wrap. We also shared Mac and cheese. Symptoms started Monday morning around 7am (travel day), sweating and stomach cramps. A couple hours later diarrhea and vomiting started, then headache, shivering, more sweating.... Lasted 2 days of these symptoms. It's Friday now, and I'm finally keeping food in. ”