Yet another E. coli outbreak has been linked to contaminated clover sprouts sold at Jimmy John’s restaurants. This one has sickened 14 people in five states. Although this outbreak includes cases in Iowa, it is a separate outbreak from the Jimmy John’s clover sprouts E. coli outbreak that sickened 22 people in Iowa in December 2019.
The announcement of this clover sprouts E. coli outbreak comes one day after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration made public a warning letter to Jimmy John’s citing five outbreaks in the last seven years as evidence that the company has engaged in a pattern of receiving and selling adulterated fresh produce representing a company-wide failure of food safety controls.
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This outbreak includes 14 E. coli O103 illnesses from five states Illinois (6), Iowa (3), Missouri (1), Texas (1) and Utah (3). These patients, who range in age from 1 year old to 79 years old, reported onest of illness on dates ranging from January 6, 2020 to February 11, 2020. Sixty-two percent of the patients are male. None of them required hospitalization.
This outbreak is the ninth in 11 years linked to sprouts or other contaminated produce served at Jimmy John’s restaurants. If you have been sickened by contaminated sprouts served at Jimmy John’s and would like a free consultation with our team of food poisoning lawyers, please fill out the form below, call 1-888-377-8900, or text 612-261-0856. Our team has successfully represented clients in every major E. coli outbreak in the last 20 years. We’d like to help you, too.