The nuts, which were shipped in-shell, were potentially contaminated with Salmonella, according to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Linda LeBlanc, an agency spokeswoman, said they came from Hazelnut Growers of Oregon, a farmer-owned cooperative with a plant in Cornelius, Oregon.
May 22, 2013 Dr. Eric Wilke Brazos County Health Department 201 North Texas Avenue Bryan, TX 77803 Re: Coco Loco E. coli O157:H7 Outbreak Dear Dr. Wilke: Since the… Continue Reading
According to today’s REPORT from the Southern Nevada Health District, the epidemic curve as of May 20, 2013 is presented in the figure below and shows a total of 294 people… Continue Reading
Over the last 20 years I have spoken before Health Departments and Environmental Health Departments all across the United States (some 30 states) as well as in Canada, England, France,… Continue Reading
Coco Loco restaurant in College Station was the source of the E. coli that caused illnesses in the Bryan/College Station area, according to health officials. At a Brazos County Health… Continue Reading
According to AccessGeorgia.com, the E. coli O157:H7 outbreak in Stephens County, Georgia has grown to 11 confirmed cases linked to the BBQ Shack in Toccoa, Georgia. “The Georgia Department of… Continue Reading
North Carolina: WNCN reports that a Salmonella outbreak stemming from a Fayetteville hotel has now reached 70 possible cases, 12 of which are out of state. The Cumberland County Department… Continue Reading
A friend emailed me this today. I had not seen it.
Nancy McCleary of the Fayetteville Observer reports that more than 1,000 people may have eaten at the Holiday Inn Bordeaux since May 1, the beginning date of a Salmonella outbreak… Continue Reading
I wonder if any of the employees had been to Vegas? Fayetteville North Carolina WNCN Staff reports that investigators from the North Carolina Department of Health were at a hotel… Continue Reading