National food safety law firm Pritzker Hageman has filed a Cyclospora lawsuit in Wisconsin against Del Monte and Kwik Trip. The lawsuit is the third Pritzker Hageman has filed in connection with the multi-state Cyclospora outbreak linked to Del Monte vegetable trays sold at Kwik Trip and other stores.

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Cyclospora Lawsuit Against Del Monte, Kwik Trip

The lawsuit was filed by Pritzker Hageman attorneys today in Wisconsin Circuit Court in Brown County on behalf of a Wisconsin man who is one of 78 people in four states sickened in this outbreak. Illnesses have been reported in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Michigan. At least four people became so sick they needed to be hospitalized.

According to the lawsuit, the plaintiff purchased two trays at a Kwik Trip store and, a few days after eating the vegetables, developed symptoms of a Cyclospora infection, which include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, nausea, and headaches. He sought medical care after symptoms persisted and was diagnosed with a Cyclospora infection.

Cyclospora Outbreak and Recall

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) are working with state health officials to investigate an outbreak linked to the Del Monte vegetable trays containing broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, and dill dip. The vegetable trays, packaged in 6 oz., 12 oz. and 28 oz. sizes were sold at Kwik Trip, Kwik Star, Demond’s, Sentry, Potash, Meehan’s, Country Market, FoodMax Supermarket, and Peapod stores in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Michigan.

A recall was issued for the trays which can be identified with the following information:

  • The recalled 6 oz. tray has a UCC code of 7 1752472715 2.
  • The recalled 12 oz. tray has a UPC code of 7 1752472518 9.
  • The recalled 28 oz. has a UPC code of 7 1752478604 3.C

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