Listeria Outbreak Linked To Sarasota Big Olaf Ice Cream Brand
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A Florida ice cream company has been tied to a multi-state outbreak of listeria, spawning a lawsuit from the family of a woman who died, in the video published on July 6, 2022, “CDC links ice cream brand Big Olaf Creamery to deadly listeria outbreak|New York Post“, below:
According to CDC (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention), Big Olaf Creamery was allegedly the source of the dangerous bacteria Listeria that can cause food poisoning. Twenty two people from ten states have come done with Listeria infections. An Illinois woman Mary Billman died eleven days after eating the contaminated ice cream. The ice cream is only sold in Florida.
An ice cream brand in Sarasota has been linked to a Listeria outbreak, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention said on Saturday, July 2, 2022. People who have any Big Olaf Creamery products in their home are urged by the CDC to throw them away and clean any containers, serving utensils and areas that have possibly been in contact with the company’s ice cream. Businesses are also encouraged to do the same. Big Olaf Creamery is reportedly contacting retail locations to stop selling their ice cream products until further notice, in the video published on July 2, 2022, “Listeria outbreak linked to Sarasota ice cream brand, CDC says“, below:
The widower of a great-grandmother, who used to live in the Sarasota area, has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a Sarasota-based ice cream manufacturer that the CDC recently announced it was investigating amid a Listeria outbreak. Mary Billman’s husband is suing Big Olaf Creamery, which sells products to Florida ice cream shops, including parlors owned and operated under its own brand name. The lawsuit was filed Tuesday, July 5, 2022, in the Tampa division of the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Florida. It claims Billman was visiting her daughter on Jan. 18 in Florida when she ate ice cream at the Big Olaf Creamery on Bahia Vista Street near Kaufman Avenue in Sarasota. The lawsuit alleges that ice cream was contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes, in the video published on July 5, 2022, “Lawsuit claims great-grandma died after eating contaminated ice cream in Sarasota“, below:
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