A Salmonella outbreak sickened at least 20 people who ate at Milk and Honey restaurant in Nashville during the first week of August 2018. A health department spokesman said the illnesses were related to food that was made with contaminated eggs from Gravel Ridge Farm in Arkansas. Those eggs were linked to a Salmonella outbreak that sickened 44 people in 11 states from May to August 2018.

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Four people who have filed lawsuits ate shortrib gnocchi at the restaurant before they became ill with Salmonella food poisoning. The contaminated eggs were used to make the gnocchi which was not heated to a high enough temperature to kill the pathogen, the lawsuits allege. A restaurant spokesperson told local media that it has since severed ties with Gravel Ridge.

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