Pre-Cooked Shrimp is Likely Source of Salmonella Weltevreden Outbreak

Pre-cooked shrimp is the likely source of a Salmonella Weltevreden outbreak that has sickened at least six people, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The agency is not releasing the name of the company, the brand name of the product, or the locations where it was sold saying that it appears the affected product is no longer on the market.

“They should identify the sources even if the affected products are no longer available,” said Food Safety Attorney Fred Pritzker. “Consumers should be made aware so they can make informed choices.”

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Salmonella Weltevreden is not a common strain, but is an emerging cause of illnesses in tropical regions, according to a recent study. Previous outbreaks have been linked to cashew cheese, fish, seafood, sprouts and kratom. Most of the foods associated with Salmonella Weltevreden outbreaks in the U.S. were imported.

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It isn’t necessary for the company to be publicly named to file a Salmonella lawsuit.  If you contracted a Salmonella Weltevreden infection and have evidence linking your illness to pre-cooked shrimp, you may have a claim. For a free consultation with an experienced Salmonella lawyer, please contact the Pritzker Hageman Salmonella Legal Team. We have represented clients in every major Salmonella outbreak in the U.S. You can reach us by calling 1-888-377-8900, sending a text to 612-261-0856, or by completing the form below. There is no obligation and we don’t get paid unless we win.

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