Seasons 52 Food Poisoning Claimed
Fresh seasonal foods can cause food poisoning. The most common symptoms of Seasons 52 food poisoning are vomiting and diarrhea. Customers have cited broccoli cheddar bacon flatbread, ahi tuna appetizer, grilled salmon on a plank, Greek salad, and butternut squash soup as the cause of illness.
“skewered shrimp, One hour before symptoms- severe stomach pain, then vomit and diarrheal ”
“I went there last night and ate the filet, ahi tuna appetizer and the chicken flatbread appetizer. About 4 hours later my stomach was in twists and my head was feeling nausea . I threw up close to 25 times for 2 hours and I could not fall asleep. I... was in stomach pain and I threw up all of my food that I would continue just throwing up bile. ”
“I’m reporting for my 91 year old father who was very impressed by the restaurant and staff. Unfortunately he was nauseous and vomiting for 2 days after he ate there! He ate the grilled salmon on a plank with root veggies and a kale & romaine Caesar salad. He ate... there on Sun 1/6/19 and he justed started feeling ok on Tues afternoon. I’m glad he is in good health overall or it could’ve been a disaster! ”
“My wife and I both had the mashed potatoes and we started having symptoms almost as soon as we got home about 30 minutes after eating there, and have had symptoms all night that are finally easing almost 11 hours later. ”