Food Poisoning NAACP Dinner in Redwood City – Lawsuit Information

Food Poisoning NAACP Dinner in Redwood City – Lawsuit Information

According to news reports more than 50 individuals suffered from severe symptoms associated with food poisoning following an NAACP reception in Redwood City, California this past week. More than a dozen people were taken by emergency transportation to hospitals across the city. Many other were able to drive themselves to nearby hospital emergency rooms and […]

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Chia Powder Salmonella Outbreak Lawsuit – Class Action Claim

Chia Powder Salmonella Outbreak Lawsuit – Class Action Claim

The DTLA Law Group is currently investigating possible class action and single party claims against the manufacturers of Sprouted Chia Seed Power. According to officials for the CDC and United Stated Product Safety Commission Salmonella Newport and Salmonella Hartford strains of the virus have been linked to Organic Sprouted Chia Powder. Local official are investigating […]

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Ground Annatto Salmonella Prompts Recall By FDA

Ground Annatto Salmonella Prompts Recall By FDA

According to the Food and Drug Administration Miravalle Foods, Inc. as recalled their Ground Annatto because of a possible risk of contracting Salmonella. The FDA states that the El Monte California food manufacturing company is, “conducting a voluntarily recall on its 0.75 ounce packages of Miravalle brand Achiote Molido Ground Annato spice because they have […]

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New Foster Farms Salmonella Outbreak 2014 – Food Poisoning Lawsuit Info

New Foster Farms Salmonella Outbreak  2014 – Food Poisoning Lawsuit Info

Foster Farms trouble with quality control and unsanitary conditions in their chicken production facilities has resulted in a second ¬†salmonella outbreak following the Fall 2013 epidemic which resulted in hundreds of hospitalizations nationwide.¬†According to the newest reports from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) more than 500 individual have been stricken with Salmonella Heidelberg linked […]

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