You might have heard about the Texas
food poisoning case that has been going on for a few months now. There were around 278
reported cases of cyclospora food poisoning in Texas, and now the Centers
for Disease Control and Prevention thinks the cause of this food poisoning
came from cilantro imported from Mexico.
The CDC confirmed that cyclospora on cilantro imported from Mexico sickened
30 people who ate at a Mexican-style restaurant in Fort Bend County, Texas.
Health investigators also stated that there was also cyclospora food poisoning
found on cilantro in two other Texas restaurants and one grocery store.
After the CDC interviewed the 278 Texans who developed food poisoning,
they determined that 50 percent of them had eaten fresh cilantro within
two weeks of becoming sick.
Some of the symptoms of cyclospora food poisoning include watery diarrhea,
fatigue, loss of appetite, muscle aches, nausea, vomiting and a low-grade
fever. Health officials believe that the cyclospora cases have now ended,
but the emotional and physical turmoil caused by this
product liability could still be impacting your family.
If you or a loved one were a victim of cyclospora
food poisoning in Texas, you deserve justice and compensation.
Contact the Kyle Law Firm today and set-up your free, no-obligation consultation.