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Buba Noodle Bar Salmonella Outbreak?

Posted in Our Blog on May 22, 2022

News has broken that there’s another possible Salmonella outbreak that has broken this week. This one potentially linked to Buba Noodle Bar in Manchester. Here is everything we currently know about this potential Buba Noodle Bar Salmonella Outbreak.

Buba Noodle Bar Salmonella Outbreak?

The local media reports a downtown Manchester restaurant has closed temporarily as the state investigates a cluster of salmonella infections.

Buba Noodle Bar on Lowell Street closed its doors voluntarily last week, and on Friday, the Manchester Health Department ordered the restaurant to stay closed until all prepared food is thrown out, the restaurant gets a deep-cleaning, and all staff test negative for salmonella.

The state health department had been investigating a cluster of salmonella cases last week, with some of those infected saying they had eaten at the restaurant, but it was not clear if the restaurant was the source of the infection, or what in the restaurant could have spread salmonella.

About Salmonella

Salmonella bacteria typically live in the intestines of humans and animals and are shed through feces. A common disease that affects the intestinal tract, humans usually become ill with Salmonella after consuming food or water contaminated with that feces.

First discovered in 1885, the bacteria cause an estimated 1.35 million illnesses, 26,500 hospitalizations, and 420 deaths in the United States every year. A total of 12 people have been hospitalized as a result of this recent outbreak. Nine with Salmonella Typhimurium infections, and 3 with Salmonella Infantis. No deaths have been reported, but the number of people effected is most likely higher than reported as it usually takes 3 to 4 weeks to determine if a sick person is part of an outbreak.

Often people experience zero symptoms and are un-aware that they have even contracted the bacteria. Others develop diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps within eight to 72 hours. Most healthy people recover within a few days without specific treatment, but as usual with diarrhea, it’s important to drink plenty of fluids to avoid dehydration. In some cases, the diarrhea associated with Salmonella infection can be so dehydrating as to require prompt medical attention and can disrupt bowel habits for several months. Life-threatening complications also may develop if the infection spreads beyond your intestines, causing infection in urine, blood, bones, joints, or the nervous system, and can cause severe disease.

Some people with Salmonella infection develop pain in their joints, called reactive arthritis, after the infection has ended. Reactive arthritis can last for months or years and can be difficult to treat. Some people with reactive arthritis develop irritation of the eyes and pain when urinating.

Your risk of acquiring Salmonella infection is higher if you travel to countries with poor sanitation.

How The Lange Law Firm Can Help

Our mission is to help families who have been harmed by contaminated food or water.  When corporations cause Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks, we use the law to hold them accountable.  The Lange Law Firm is the only law firm in the nation solely focused on helping families in food poisoning lawsuits and contaminated water lawsuits.

If you got Salmonella food poisoning and are interested in making a legal claim for compensation, we can help.  Our Salmonella lawyer can help you pursue compensation for your Salmonella food poisoning.  Call us for a free no obligation legal consultation at (833) 330-3663 or send us an e-mail here.