Texas Produce Company Recalls Vegetables After Salmonella Outbreak

J&D, a produce company that operates from Texas, has recalled thousands of cases of vegetables because of E.coli contamination.

The recall began with cilantro and curly parsley and has now been extended to include many other vegetables, including beets, collard greens, leek, turnips, dill, kale, mint and many more. The vegetables were shipped to 16 different states as well as Canada. All vegetables that were found to have E.coli, which causes salmonella poisoning, as well as the vegetables that were packed or shipped with the contaminated produce have been recalled. All of the vegetables that were contaminated was packed on November 30th or on December 6th.

Salmonella poisoning causes nausea, stomach cramps, fever, diarrhea, dehydration and other symptoms. It is not usually fatal but can be deadly in cases involving the elderly, young infants and people who have compromised immune systems.

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