Friday, March 22, 2019

Jimmy John’s Salmonella Outbreak

Eight people in three states have been made ill by eating sprouts on their sandwiches at Jimmy John’s restaurants. Five people in Wisconsin, two people in Illinois, and one person in Minnesota have been sickened by the sprouts that were contaminated with Salmonella Montevideo. The outbreak has been found in six restaurants so far.

The first Jimmy John’s customer became ill after eating the sprouts on December 20, 2017. The most recent reported illness was January 3. There have been no hospitalizations or deaths reported as yet.

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