From Opelousas to Monroe Louisiana Salmonella Head Cheese Recall Rolls On

The Head Cheese Salmonella outbreak in Louisiana has sparked a recall of Richard's Hog Head Cheese that is playing out across the state in more than 300 retail locations. From Monroe to Opelousas and New Orleans, retailers large and small have had to remove the pork-based, jellied cold cut product under an official recall from the product's Houston maker, Stallings Head Cheese Co. Inc.  The USDA has published a Head Cheese Salmonella recall list of all Louisiana and Texas retail outlets known to carry the product, which has been associated with an outbreak of Salmonella Uganda.

The Bad Bug Law Team at Pritzker Olsen Attorneys is investigating the outbreak and listening to victims in preparation for a possible Louisiana head cheese lawsuit. To contact the firm, leave information about how we can reach you or call directly and toll-free: 1-888-377-8900. Even if your illness was not life threatening, you could still receive substantial compensation from the companies responsible for this outbreak. Our law firm has been responsible for winning tens of millions of dollars for Salmonella outbreak victims across the U.S. 

 The list of locations where Richard's Hog Head Cheese was sold is long, including Slidell, Houston, St. Martinville, Baton Rouge, Crowly, Breaux Bridge, Abbeville, Bogalousa, Houma, New Orleans and Lafayette. 

The recalled products include 10-oz. packages of Richard’s Hog Head Cheese that have  ”Use by 2 1 2013″ or “Use by 3 20 2013″on each package and bear the  establishment number “EST. 2257″ inside the USDA mark of inspection. They were produced between November 1, 2012, and December 19, 2012. Consumers who have this product at home should not eat it. Public agencies have completed testing on a range of samples and received four positive results for the presence of Salmonella, a dangerous human pathogen that can have long-lasting detrimental affects on a person's health.

Onset of illness for the six known case patients in this outbreak ranged from October 16, 2012 to November 10, 2012. The products subject to recall were produced on November 1, 2012, and December 19, 2012. 

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