65 Sickened, 28 Hospitalized After Eating Recalled Product from Grocery Stores in 5 States

February 22, 2018Feb 22, 2018

In recent months, many consumer product recalls have been announced. Now, a popular snack is being recalled for a terrible reason. Please check your refrigerator and keep yourself, and your family, safe!

28 people have been hospitalized for salmonella poisoning after eating chicken salad. So far, 65 people have been sickened across the country. Please join us in praying for a full recovery of everyone who has been sickened.


"An investigation by the CDC and the US Department of Agriculture linked the outbreak to chicken salad produced by Triple T Specialty Meats Inc. in January and February and sold at Fareway grocery stores in Illinois, Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska and South Dakota. Most of the sick people are in Iowa," according to reports.

Consumers are urged to throw away the product if they find they have purchased it. The product was sold in Fenway stores between January 4 and February 9. The CDC is requesting that even if people ate some of their salad, and didn't see symptoms of posing, they should still throw the rest away.



Diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps are the symptoms of salmonella poisoning. Signs of illness usually occur within 12 to 72 hours and last for four to seven days in most cases, reported CNN.

Let us know if you eat this popular snack! Also, in other breaking news, make sure to see the last social media post that Billy Graham ever wrote. Some people think he must have known the end was near.

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