ROCHELLE — The CDC and IDPH have linked a multi-state Salmonella outbreak to BrightFarms brand Sunny Crunch salad produced in Rochelle.
Any BrightFarms brand Sunny Crunch salad produced in Rochelle should not be eaten and should be thrown out, even if some of it was eaten and no one has gotten sick. Surfaces and containers that may have touched the contaminated products should be washed using hot and soapy water.
Salmonella symptoms usually appear 6-to-72 hours after being exposed to the bacteria which include:
If you have developed symptoms of Salmonella after eating BrightFarms brand Sunny Crunch salad, please contact your health care provider or local health department. If you are exhibiting any of these symptoms and work in food service, health care, or child care do not report to work and contact your health care provider.