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Raw French Cheese Campylobacter Outbreak

Campylobacter,Campylobacter Attorney,Campylobacter Lawsuit,Campylobacter Lawyer,Our Blog | September 8, 2023

A recent article in Frontier Microbiology featured in their Food Microbiology section titled “Campylobacter fetus Foodborne Illness Outbreak in the Elderly” is part of an ongoing series called From Farm Gate to Food Plate: Current Challenges In Foodborne Microorganism Detection,… read more

Brooklyn Campylobacter Outbreak

Campylobacter,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | November 2, 2022

City health officials are investigating a potential outbreak in Brooklyn of campylobacter, a bacterial infection that causes flu-like stomach symptoms. Here is everything we know about this Brooklyn Campylobacter Outbreak: About the Brooklyn Campylobacter Outbreak In Brooklyn, health officials said… read more

Campylobacter Statistics

Campylobacter | October 31, 2021

Campylobacteriosis is an infection caused by eating food or drinking water contaminated with campylobacter bacteria. It is the most common bacterial cause of diarrheal illness in the U.S., anyone can get it, and you can have it more than once…. read more

Potters Pond Campylobacter Outbreak

Campylobacter,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | September 14, 2021

The Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) and the Rhode Island of Environmental Management (DEM) are announcing the immediate closure of the Potters Pond (GA10PP), located in South Kingstown, to all shellfish harvesting. The pond will remain closed until further… read more

Swan Bros Raw Milk Campylobacter Food Poisoning

Campylobacter,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | June 24, 2020

Oklahoma is undergoing a statewide recall for raw milk products produced by Swan Bros. Dairy, Inc.. At this time, there are 10 Campylobacter illnesses linked to Swan Bros Raw Milk, according to the Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry…. read more

Rediviva Campylobacter Food Poisoning Outbreak?

Campylobacter,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | March 2, 2020

Grays Harbor County Environmental Health Division is investigating the Rediviva Campylobacter food poisoning outbreak.  Rediviva has closed during the investigation.  Environmental Health learned that at least 19 people got sick after eating at Rediviva on Valentine’s Day.  At least one… read more

Wild Ginger Campylobacter Outbreak

Campylobacter,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls | November 7, 2019

The Cortland County Health Department took to Facebook and issued a health alert that there is a Wild Ginger Campylobacter Outbreak linked to a local asian fusion restaurant. Since the announcement, the restaurant has closed pending investigation. Here’s what we… read more

Raw Milk is Bad from BAD Farms

Campylobacter,Our Blog,Outbreaks & Recalls,Raw Milk | August 30, 2019

The Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture is advising consumers that raw whole milk purchased from BAD Farms in Kempton may be contaminated with campylobacter bacteria and should be discarded immediately. Here’s what we know about the Campylobacter scare from Bad Farms… read more

No Planes, Trains, or Automobiles.  8 Worst Food Poisoning Bacteria and How they Get Around

Campylobacter,E. coli,Food Safety,Listeria,Our Blog | February 22, 2019

The 8 worst food poisoning bacteria. Smaller than the eye can see, those microscopic microbes move around and reproduce to numbers that can make us sick.  Vomiting, diarrhea, dehydration, or worse.  The Center for Disease Control and Prevention estimates around… read more

Rugby Dad Paralyzed with Guillain-Barré Syndrome After Food Poisoning

Campylobacter,Food Safety,Guillain-Barre Syndrome | February 9, 2019

Food poisoning: a dreaded topic because we know it means not feeling the best in the world and often having to cancel plans. It can mean a trip to the emergency room, family physician, urgent care or even being hospitalized…. read more