Raising Canes Food Poisoning
It's possible to get food poisoning from Raising Canes' chicken fingers. The most commonly reported symptoms from Raising Canes are diarrhea and nausea. In 2018 a video of an employee stirring tea with her arm went viral. Food poisoning is often related to hygiene and food handling practices by kitchen staff.
“The last two days I ate takeout from there. My husband had it last night and was very nauseated. I have had non stop diarrhea and bloody stool. We are both feeling pretty sick. ”
“Yesterday May 23rd I went there and got what I always get. The box combo with no coleslaw and a sweet tea and it came with a bread slice. Almost immediately after eating I had a stomach ache, but I didn't think much of it. When I got home my... stomach felt so full and uncomfortable. The stomach ache got worse to I laid down. Maybe about 1 hr later I began to vomit.
This might be too much info, but the vomit looked like fries. Then next day today May 24, I woke up feeling sore and with muscle pain on the sides of my stomach and lower back. I hope that by resting today I'll feel better tomorrow. ”
“My 16 year old son got intense diarrhea about an hour after eating the take out my husband picked up for he and my son toda for lunch. Husband started feeling poorly avout the same time as my son but didn't get as sick. My son is still unable to... get out of bed as his stomach feels so badly and it is now 7pm. ”