After two separate E.coli occurrences that sickened 60 customers of Chipotle Mexican Grill, the federal agency that monitors public health announced that the outbreak is now over.
If the recent cases of food poisoning made you paranoid about the cleanliness of the food you are having and made you scared for your overall tummy health, try to consider the tips of a food poisoning expert-especially the food he will never ever eat for precaution.
In hopes of regaining new customers, Chipotle is offering free burritos. Dates for the said giveaway are yet to be announced.
A total of 30 students from Boston College suffered from upset stomach after eating at a Chipotle restaurant
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Farm Rich Products Corporation recently recalled millions of pounds of frozen food over fear of an E. coli outbreak. The company now says that the contaminated food may have been distributed in schools.
Freezing food does not kill germs such as E. coli and other dangerous pathogens.
The CDC has confirmed that there has been a multistate E. coli breakout in correlation with Farm Rich Frozen Food Products.
XL Foods Inc. based in Alberta, Canada, has taken full responsibility for the E. coli contamination in its beef products which has prompted a massive beef recall throughout US and Canada. Numerous retailers in the US including Albertson's, Kroger, Ralph's and Walmart were stocked with the recalled beef.
Recalls Issued for Salmonella in Peanut Butter, E. Coli in Ground Beef, and Listeria in Romaine Lettuce
Recalls have been issued for Salmonella in peanut butter, E. coli in ground beef, and Listeria in romaine lettuce. Retailers include Trader Joe's, Food4Less, Kroger, Safeway, Albertsons, and more.