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Onions from Mexico linked to salmonella outbreak in 37 states

If you can’t tell where your onions are from, the CDC says you should throw them away.

10/21/2021 6:32:00 AM

CDC asks Americans to check their onions after a salmonella outbreak sickened more than 650 people across the country.

If you can’t tell where your onions are from, the CDC says you should throw them away.

Oct. 21, 2021, 2:13 AM UTCBySamantha KubotaThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is asking Americans to check their onions after a salmonella outbreak sickened more than 650 people across the country.The CDC saidfresh, whole red, white and yellow onions imported from Chihuahua, Mexico, are subject to the alert. They were distributed by ProSource Inc. to both grocery stores and restaurants throughout the United States .

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The company last imported the impacted onions on Aug. 27, but the onions can last for up to three months in storage and might still be in homes and businesses, the CDC said.According to the CDC, cases tied to the contaminated onions started appearing on Sept. 1. There have been 652 reported cases tied to the outbreak in 37 states as of Wednesday.

Texas, Oklahoma, Virginia, Maryland and Illinois had the highest number of reported cases. California, Oregon, South and North Dakota, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Arkansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Florida, Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut, Massachusetts and New York also all had reported cases. headtopics.com

There have been 129 hospitalizations as a result of the outbreak but no deaths have been reported. The CDC said investigators are working to figure out if other onions and suppliers are linked to the outbreak.The CDC also advised businesses to check storage coolers for the impacted onions.

“If you can’t tell where they are from, throw them away,” the CDC said. “Wash and sanitize any surfaces that may have come in contact with these onions.”Most people infected with salmonelladevelop symptoms, including diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps, within six hours to six days of being exposed to the bacteria. The illness typically lasts between four and seven days, and most people recover without treatment. Children younger than five, adults 65 or older and people with weakened immune systems are more likely to have a severe reaction.

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'Check yer onions'. Nice catch phrase. So: “Cooking an onion will kill the salmonella bacteria. The real risk is that the bacteria could be on the outside of the onion, which could spread to kitchen surfaces and other ingredients when it’s chopped.” No pico de gallo got it. I've been avoiding onions since before it was recommended and cool!

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Salmonella outbreak in 37 states linked to onions imported from MexicoAt least 652 people have been reported ill with salmonella. Trojan horse, obviously.

Raw Onions Are Linked to a Salmonella Outbreak in 37 StatesRed, white, and yellow onions imported from Mexico are all impacted.

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