Personal Injury Lawsuit Claims Salmonella Came From Sprouts

January 19, 2011

I have blogged about food poisoning before here and here and the instances of personal injuries resulting from food poisoning allegedly suffered as the result of eating out is getting more common than I like to see and hear.

A woman is suing Jimmy Johns and Tiny Greens Organic Farms, saying she got salmonella after eating alfalfa sprouts at the Jimmy Johns in Munster.However, an official with Tiny Green says he never sold sprouts to that restaurant.Jack Kramer said his client, listed in Lake County court records as Kylie N. Krebs, ate at the Jimmy Johns on both Nov. 22 and 23, after which she became ill. Krebs had to spend several days in the hospital, Kramer said, and she is one of 10 cases of salmonella the U.S. Center for Disease Control confirmed in Indiana.A salmonella outbreak hit 112 people in 18 states, and the CDC has said there is a probable link with the sprouts sold at Jimmy Johns restaurants.

via Lawsuit claims salmonella came from sprouts :: Lake County :: Post-Tribune.


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  1. Anthony tabirleri says:

    Can you provide more info on this? Thank you

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