October 20, 2007: Pot Pie Update – 211 Sickened by Salmonella in 34 States

The Law Firm of Eric Weinberg is currently assisting individuals who have been sickened in the Salmonella food poisoning outbreak linked to ConAgra pot pies and their recall. If you believe that your illness is linked to this recall, please call us toll free at 1-877-934-6274, or fill out a Free Case Evaluation. Our firm currently represents victims of the Arby’s, Peter Pan peanut butter Recall, Veggie Booty Recall, and Taste of Chicago Salmonella food poisoning outbreaks.

As of October 17, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that there are at least 211 confirmed cases of Salmonella in 34 states linked to Banquet pot pies. The CDC continues to investigate the ongoing outbreak of Salmonella I 4,[5],12:i:- (pronounced “four five twelve eye minus”) food poisoning.

The CDC also reported the following number of Salmonella food poisoning cases per state linked to Banquet pot pies:

Arizona (1), Arkansas (3), California (5), Colorado (7), Connecticut (6), Delaware (5), Florida (2), Georgia (2), Idaho (7), Illinois (6), Indiana (3), Kansas (2), Kentucky (8), Massachusetts (6), Maryland (7), Maine (1), Michigan (3), Minnesota (7), Missouri (13), Montana (4), Nevada (6), New York (9), Ohio (10), Oklahoma (1), Oregon (3), Pennsylvania (15), Tennessee (6), Texas (4), Utah (11), Virginia (7), Vermont (2), Washington (14), Wisconsin (22), Wyoming (3).

Consumers are reminded that the following brands of ConAgra frozen pot pie products are under recall:

Food Lion
Great Value (Wal-Mart)
Hill Country Fare (HEB)
Kirkwood (Aldi)
Western Family

Pot pies subject to recall are stamped “P-9” or “Est. 1059” on the side of the package. The CDC reminds consumers that they should not eat the recalled pot pies and should check their freezers for the recalled products.

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