A salmonella outbreak that affected 68 people in nine states has been linked to Wawona bagged peaches, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s investigation. These peaches, available at ALDI stores, were in 2-pound plastic bags from June 1 until ALDI recalled contaminated items on August 19. The FDA warns consumers, restaurants, and other retailers not to eat, serve, or sell these peaches, to prevent further infection of other individuals.
The incubation period for a salmonella infection ranges from several hours to two days. If you experience the following symptoms, it’s best to contact a professional to get proper assistance and advice on which Over the Counter Medications or other medicines you should be taking:
- Nausea and vomiting
- Abdominal cramps and diarrhea
- Fever and chills
- Blood in the stool
Diarrhea may last up to 10 days. Although it may take several months before bowels return to normal. Visit your local Community Pharmacy in Florida for your needed medication and treatment.
Graceland Pharmacy & Medical Supply a trusted Pharmacy in Land O Lakes, Florida that advises people to thoroughly clean and sanitize all containers, surfaces, and other objects that may have come into contact with these infected peaches. This includes cutting boards, knives, countertops, refrigerators, and storage bins. For more details about our other services, please feel free to contact us here.