December 7, 2021

Jimmy John’s E. coli Food Poisoning Outbreak in Denver, Colorado, Lawyers Investigate

At least 8 people are part of an E. coli outbreak associated with 3 Jimmy John’s locations in Denver, Colorado, according to the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE).  One teen remains hospitalized.

E. coli bacteria 2E. coli lawyer Fred Pritzker and his team are investigating the Jimmy Johns E. coli outbreak, as are CDPHE, the FDA, and the CDC.  At this time the prime suspect is one batch of a produce item. The FDA is doing traceback investigations to confirm this suspicion. The name of the implicated supplier is being withheld.

CDPHE was first alerted to the outbreak when it was notified of five cases of E. coli on Oct. 18.  All five ate at Jimmy John’s locations in Denver around the first weekend of October, said CDPHE representative Mark Salley. Since then. three additional cases have been identified. No more illnesses have been reported.

 

 

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