Friday, March 22, 2019

Panera Bread E Coli Outbreak

Once the source of the e. coli contamination is identified, New Jersey health officials will test food samples and send their results to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to confirm their results. Often, poor or lack of proper food safety procedures can lead to e. coli in facilities such as restaurants.

Eight people have been hospitalized as a result of e. coli contamination, which has potentially been traced to a Panera Bread restaurant in New Jersey. The e. coli contamination has caused consumer illnesses in four counties in the state. Health officials in Warren County have indicated that other restaurants may also be involved in the investigation.

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