First Michigan Lawsuit in Midwest Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Precut Melons

By: Candess Zona-Mendola On June 12, 2018, national food safety lawyer Jory Lange of the Lange Law Firm, PLLC and lawyers Paul Zebrowski and Thomas A. Biscup of ZEBROWSKI LAW have filed a second lawsuit, the first in Michigan, in the Salmonella Adelaide outbreak linked to precut melons that has swept across the Midwest. The lawsuit again names Walmart and Caito Foods as defendants. The lawsuit is filed on behalf of a Michigan woman who purchased precut watermelon chunks from her local Walmart store. The woman became ill not once, but twice eating the tainted fruit. At the time of writing, three lawsuits have been filed in three Midwest states relating to this outbreak, and more are expected to follow in line. The FDA and CDC Issue New Information Today, the Food and Drug Administration updated its outbreak website with additional information on their investigations and findings. The new information identifies two additional retail stores where the infected products were…

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