According to The Associated Press via WJON, Kwik Trip locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin have removed veggie trays from their store after people reported getting sick.

The source of the salmonella related illnesses seem to be veggie trays from Del Monte which include; broccoli, cauliflower, carrots and dill dip. The same company provided the convenience store with veggie trays last year when a salmonella outbreak cause several other people to be sick.

According to the Green Bay Press Gazette, if you purchased a Del Monte vegetable tray from Kwik Trip and got sick, you should report it to your local health department.

To report a possible case of salmonella call 1-877-FOOD-ILL (1-877-366-3455). You can also email your concerns to health.foodill@state.mn.us. The hotline is staffed from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.

The Minnesota Department of Health says illness caused by food typically happens 1 to 4 days after eating contaminated food. Waterborne illness happens anywhere from 2-14 days after ingesting.

(Associated Press, Green Bay Press Gazette)

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