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SoyNut Butter E. Coli Lawyer

March 22, 2017  |  General, Personal Injury  |  Share

Oregon Personal Injury Law Firm, Dr. Aaron DeShaw, Esq., P.C., is now accepting client injured by E. coli contamination of I.M. Healthy Brand SoyNut Butter manufactured by The SoyNut Butter Company, and Soy Nut Butter by Dixie Dew Products Inc.

Recently, the Center for Disease Control (“CDC”) and FDA disclosed to the public that there has been a multi-state outbreak of Shiga Toxin producing Escherichia coli O157:H7 caused by these soy nut butters, resulting in hospitalizations.  The CDC has been able to identify that the strain of E. coli that has been causing hospitalizations is directly connected to this soy butter, resulting in E. coli outbreaks in Oregon, Washington, California, Arizona, Wisconsin, Missouri, Virginia, New Jersey and Maryland.

According to the CDC, on March 7, 2017, The SoyNut Butter Company recalled  “I.M. Healthy SoyNut Butters” and I.M. Healthy Granola products.

Then, on March 10, 2017, The SoyNut Butter Company expanded its recall to include all Dixie Diner’s Club brand “Carb Not Beanit Butter.”

Some of the people have been hospitalized, and several have developed hemolytic uremic syndrome (a type of kidney failure).  87% of the people impacted by the outbreak are younger than 18 years old.

If you or a loved one has been injured by the use of soy butter, and need a SoyNut Butter E. Coli Lawyer, please contact our office for a free consultation at (503) 227-1233, toll free at (866) 843-3476, or via our confidential online form to discuss this case. We look forward to hearing from you.

About the author

Aaron DeShaw is a personal injury lawyer at DeShaw Trial Lawyers, a law firm representing injured people with serious injuries including brain injuries and other catastrophic injuries. He has individually, and in association with other law firms, obtained over $1 Billion for his clients. Learn more about Aaron and the Firm.

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