Toyo Tire Salmonella Outbreak Linked to Turkey Provided by Angelo’s New York Style Pizza and Bistro of Cartersville

The 1800 employees of Toyo Tire who were exposed to salmonella now know the source of the contamination.  The salmonella originated in the  turkey by caterer Angelo’s New York Style Pizza and Bistro of Cartersville, Georgia.  According to Logan Boss, who is a “risk communicator” for the Georgia Department of Health (GDH):

Preliminary findings implicate catered turkeys as the cause of a recent Salmonella outbreak among employees attending an event at Toyo Tire

Angelo’s New York Style Pizza and Bistro of Cartersville was closed after many of the employees reported illness following the November 14th and 15th Thanksgiving feast sponsored by their employer, Toyo Tire. The restaurant was reopened after cleaning and sanitization on November 22nd.

The Georgia tire plant in White, Georgia, is about to host its open-to-the-public Christmas meal on December 16th, but is not expected to utilize Angelo’s New York Style Pizza and Bistro of Cartersville as the caterer.

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