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Produce used in McDonald's salads that sickened hundreds traced to California company

bizjournals Friday, 3 August 2018
Tainted produce used in McDonald's Corp. salads, which has sickened nearly 400 people in the Midwest, has been traced to a California produce company, according to the U.S Food and Drug Administration. Last month, the FDA and McDonald's discovered the outbreak of the intestinal illness called cyclosporiasis found in customers who ate McDonald's salads. "The FDA completed final analysis of an unused package of Fresh Express salad mix containing romaine lettuce and carrots, which had been distributed…
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On Thursday it was reported that McDonald's salads caused 109 more cases cyclospora infection. CNN reports that in total 395 other people were infected by the salad. Sixteen of these people were hospitalized, because of it. The symptoms of cyclospora can begin a week or more after consuming the...

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