Salmonella outbreak linked to peas sold in Wisconsin

Patrice Gainsbourg
Agosto 12, 2017

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is now investigating an outbreak of Salmonella Thompson poisoning in four Wisconsin counties, including Brown County.

Peas will no longer be sold at the farmer's market for the season, not because of the outbreak, but because the season is over.

The peas were purchased at markets in Green Bay, Fond du Lac and Madison.

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The investigation into the source of the suspected peas is ongoing. No hospitalizations or deaths had been reported as of today.

The health department says if you bought peas on July 22nd from the Green Bay Farmer's Market, throw them away. Most people recover from salmonellosis on their own, but may require extra fluids to prevent dehydration.

In addition to the state health department and the Brown County health department, also investigating the outbreak are the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection and three local health departments.

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