The information below is about a past outbreak. If you would like to sue ConAgra for Salmonella, please contact our law firm for a free consultation.
Salmonella from Marie Callender’s
Attorney Fred Pritzker investigated the 2007 multistate Salmonella Chester outbreak linked to Marie Callender’s Cheesy Chicken and Rice, manufactured by ConAgra Foods Packaged Foods, LLC. At least 37 people in 18 states contracted Salmonella infections (salmonellosis). Attorneys at our law firm are available for a free consultation regarding your Salmonella case and a ConAgra lawsuit.
The states involved in this outbreak include the following:
AK (1), CA (5), CO (2), GA (7), IL (1), KY (1), MA (2), MN (2), MO (1), NC (1), OK (1), OR (2), SC (2), TN (1), TX (1), UT (2), VA (4), and WA (1).
Conagra has issued a Marie Callenders recall. The products subject to recall include:
- 13-ounce packages of “Marie Callender’s Cheesy Chicken & Rice White Meat Chicken and Broccoli over Rice Topped with Rich Cheddar Sauce.”
Each package bears a label with establishment number “P-45” inside the USDA mark of inspection. The establishment is recalling all the products listed above which are currently in commerce. These products were distributed to retail establishments nationwide.
Baquet Pot Pie
On Oct. 11, 2007, ConAgra Foods, a Marshall, Missouri firm, recalled an undetermined amount of all varieties of ConAgra frozen pot pie products due to possible contamination with Salmonella bacteria.
The following brands and all varieties, including chicken, turkey and beef, of ConAgra frozen pot pie products were subject to this recall:
- Food Lion
- Great Value
- Hill Country Fare
- Western Family
These frozen pot pies include all varieties in 7 oz. single serving packages bearing an establishment number “P-9” or “Est. 1059” printed on the side of the package.
These ConAgra frozen pot pie products were distributed to retail establishments throughout the United States, Puerto Rico and the Caribbean islands.
Consumption of food contaminated with Salmonella can cause salmonellosis, one of the most common bacterial foodborne illnesses. Salmonella infections can cause arthritis, enteric fever (typhoid fever), meningitis (infection of the brain and spinal cord), sepsis (infection of the blood, also called septicemia) and death.