At least 17 people in five states have been infected with E. coli after consuming raw clover sprouts distributed by Evergreen Fresh Sprouts of Moyie Springs, Idaho. Eight people have been hospitalized.
The company has not issued a recall for the sprouts, and so they may still be available on the market. As a result, the CDC recommends that consumers do not eat any raw clover sprouts produced by the company.
Evergreen Fresh Sprouts was also linked to an outbreak of Salmonella that sickened 25 people in 2011, though the company did recall their sprouts in that instance.
Symptoms of E. coli infection include bloody diarrhea, stomach cramping and nausea.
If you believe you or a family member have been sickened in an E. coli outbreak, contact the Marler Clark law firm for a free case evaluation.
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