Help prevent further incidents of food poisoning.
Each year, millions of people get food poisoning and thousands die. The majority of cases are unreported due to mild illness, limited public knowledge of reporting methods, and the absence of laboratory confirmation of disease.
Reporting improves the timely detection of foodborne outbreaks, helping prevent more illnesses from occurring. Reporting helps improve the accuracy of estimated foodborne disease rates. It helps evaluate food policies, and keeps communities safe.
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Recent Interesting Reports
“We ordered our food and only received half of it. My husband had to go back and get the rest. That night two people, they do not live at my house, got sick. The next day two more got sick and then my husband and I got sick. We did... See More”
“The second visit my wife made. The first time order was given to someone else. When sitting in place waiting for new ones to be made I noticed employees were not wearing gloves when handling food and wiping their faced and putting hands back into food. I commented to supervisor... See More”
“My husband and I had blizzards. It was the only thing we both ate that was the same thing for the entire day. Immediately after eating it we were both sick to our stomachs. We both have bad diarrhea, nausea, vomiting, and fever. Had to miss work because of it.”
“Lunch buffet. I had the lunch buffet on Thursday sept 12 2019. It was about 6 hours after I consumed the food I became very ill. I threw up after eating my dinner. This place has gotten some of my peers sick as well and they have reported upset stomach... See More”
“It's not the first time it's Everytime we eat there Just wanted it to be known that my family got sick sense yesterday we've been in the bathroom, My kids husband and he's 95 year old Grandmother have been having bad stomach pain gas and diarrhea.”