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Kleen-Pak brand fresh spinach was removed off the shelves after it was detected of salmonella. The Wisconsin Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration worked together to recall the item to prevent salmonella poisoning in the area. at Aiken and Scoptur, S.C,mbt scarpe. can help the victims of defective and dangerous products pursue personal injury claims. Call an Aiken and Scoptur attorney today at toll free at 866-415-5919, locally at 414-326-4979, or visit our web site at http://plaintiffslaw.com/

Bags of Kleen-Pak brand fresh
spinach were removed from Wisconsin store shelves after routine food tests
turned up positive for salmonella, the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture,mbt vendita,
Trade and Consumer Protection said in a statement,mbt scarpe.

Consumers were advised to discard or
return 10-ounce bags of Kleen-Pak curly-leaf fresh spinach.

The bags were distributed to grocery
stores mainly in the southern and southeastern parts of Wisconsin. Because the
spinach was also distributed in Illinois, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration
assisted with the recall.

Food product testing is routinely
conducted by the state agriculture department.

The department said in a statement
that “eating food contaminated with salmonella can cause diarrhea, fever and
abdominal cramps that occur 12 to 72 hours after infection,mbt prezzi. The illness lasts
four to seven days and most recover without additional treatment. However, in
severe cases, medical intervention may be required.”

The U.S. Food and Drug
Administration says salmonellosis, an infection with salmonella bacteria, can
in some persons cause diarrhea so severe that hospitalization is required. “In
these patients, the salmonella infection may spread from the intestines to the
blood stream, and then to other body sites and can cause death unless the
person is treated promptly with antibiotics. The elderly, infants,http://mbtprezzi.webs.com/, and those
with impaired immune systems are more likely to have a severe illness.”

The FDA says there can be long-term
effects of exposure to salmonella. “A small number of persons with salmonella
develop pain in their joints, irritation of the eyes and painful urination.
This is called Reiter’s syndrome. It can last for months or years, and can lead
to chronic arthritis which is difficult to treat. Antibiotic treatment does not
make a difference in whether or not the person develops arthritis.”

If you believe you have contracted
salmonella from a , see your health care provider immediately. The FDA says
laboratory testing can determine if a person has been affected by the
salmonella bacteria.

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