Health authorities in the U.S. have been notified of 19 cases of bacterial infection in seven states connected to the Costco chicken salad products that may have been contaminated with a strain of E. Coli, an NBC News article reported on November 24.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told reporters that at least five of the infected people required hospitalization and two others are not likely suffering from a kidney failure. The CDC officials who have been investigating the bacterial outbreak said that 14 of the affected patients bought or consumed “rotisserie chicken salad” products from Costco. Consumers are warned to immediately discard the possibly contaminated chicken salad bought before November 20.
The legal team at Habush Habush & Rottier S.C. ® has represented a number of clients in Appleton who have suffered injuries or illness caused by defective or contaminated products, and we will work on your behalf to recover compensation for your injuries as well. To discuss your situation with our product liability attorneys today, call 800-242-2874 now.