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You can get food poisoning from supermarket food. Vomiting and diarrhea are the most commonly reported symptoms of Jewel-Osco food poisoning. Reported products include freshly prepared food such as rotisserie chicken and sushi along with packaged foods like bread and deli meat.

Last updated: August 18, 2021

Jewel-Osco

Today, I ate Fresh Kit Ceasar salad and tilapia fish. I ate the fish and salad last night at approximately 8:30 p.m.and began to feel nausous at approximately q | Symptoms: Diarrhea, Nausea, Vomiting See Less
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This is why I make my own salads.
Reply 8 months ago

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I'm sorry your Dad fell ill. I'm pretty sure that your Dad does not have food poisoning as it takes way longer than 10 minutes to start affecting you. The bacteria take at least 3 and often up to 6 hours to make enough toxin to cause symptoms. Food poisoning also tends to last ~24 hrs and sometimes up to a week.
Reply 2 weeks ago
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Iwaspoisoned Support
Hi, thanks for your comment - but this is not entirely true. You CAN get sick from food that quick. If the contamination is chemical or biological symptoms can start within minutes. If it is biological contamination it can start as fast as 30 minutes (e.g. staph). Other types of contamination can take longer, it all depends on what it was, but it can be fast!
Reply 1 week ago
Driscoll's strawberries,

Ate strawberries at lunchtime after washing.

Felt ill 3 hours later. Diarrhea every 20 minutes. | Symptoms: Diarrhea See Less
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