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Fresno Meat Market E. coli Lawsuits

In May of 2007, the Fresno County Department of Community Health (FCDCH) received several reports of E. coli O157:H7 illness among people who had attended events that served food provided by The Grill at the Meat Market. FCDCH investigated the outbreak, and identified beef tri-tip as the source of the outbreak.

The Fresno County Public Health Laboratory identified 27 people who submitted stool samples that tested positive for E. coli O157:H7, and urged consumers who had purchased cooked tri-tip from The Grill at the Meat Market on May 18 or 19 to discard the product.  In conjunction with the health department’s announcement, the Meat Market issued a recall of all cooked tri-tip sold during the two days in mid-May that were associated with the E. coli outbreak.

Marler Clark’s E. coli lawyers represented several victims of the outbreak. The cases have been resolved.


E. coli lawsuit filed against Fresno Meat Market

Read more about the Fresno Meat Market E. coli outbreak at the Marler Clark sponsored Web site about E. coli.

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