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Food Poisoning Lawsuit Filed Against Costco

We recently filed a food poisoning lawsuit against Costco on behalf of two clients. Both clients suffered food poisoning injuries due to salami that was purchased at a Michigan Costco store. The salami product by Danielle International contained peppers that were later believed to have salmonella. Investigations revealed that several dozen people over a number of states had salmonella poisoning attributable to the salami product. Costco is blaming Danielle International for the problem and that company is blaming the pepper supplier.

Salmonella food poisoning occurs when the small intestine becomes infected with bacteria that contaminates unsanitary food and water. Some salmonella food poisoning symptoms include cramps or abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, fever, chills, and muscle pain. Symptoms usually last for about two to five days. The suit is pending in the Oakland County Circuit Court. No trial date has been set.
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