FoodSafety-AtRisk-2013

Symptoms include nausea vomiting diarrhea may be

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Unformatted text preview: n 30 minutes and 4 weeks later. Symptoms include: • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea (may be bloody), and abdominal pain • Flulike symptoms such as fever, headache, and body ache If you suspect that you could have a foodborne illness, contact your physician or health care provider right away! • Raw or undercooked eggs or foods containing raw or undercooked eggs, including certain homemade salad dressings (such as Caesar salad dressing), homemade cookie dough and cake batters, and homemade eggnog. NOTE: Most pre-made foods from grocery stores, such as Caesar dressing, pre-made cookie dough, or packaged eggnog are made with pasteurized eggs. • Unwashed fresh vegetables, including lettuce/salads. • Unpasteurized fruit or vegetable juices (these juices will carry a warning label). • Hot dogs, luncheon meats (cold cuts), fermented and dry sausage, and other deli-style meats, poultry products, and smoked fish —...
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