Seattle (US) based food safety law firm, Marler Clark, has filed a salmonella lawsuit against Splendid Products of Burlingame, California, the distributor of Daniella mangoes.
The US Food and Drug Administration and Center for Disease Control and Prevention has identified the company as the source of a nationwide Salmonella Braenderup outbreak in August 2012.
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The lawsuit was filed in the Western District Court of Washington at Seattle on behalf of 92-year-old Dorothy Pearce of Stanwood, Washington.
According to the complaint, in late August 2012 Pearce consumed a salmonella-contaminated Daniella brand mango that had been distributed and sold by Splendid Products.
Source: Marler Clark
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