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After mass poisoning McDonald's stopped the sale of salads in 3 thousand establishments

on Sat Jul 14, 2018 1:03 pm

After cases of mass poisoning, the McDonald's network stopped selling salads to about 3,000 of its establishments in 14 states of the United States.

This is reported by The Wall Street Journal.

Earlier, the authorities of the state of Illinois and Iowa announced that they were investigating cases of infection by local residents with cyclosporis. Some of them may have fallen ill after visiting McDonald's restaurants.

90 people have fallen ill from mid-May in Illinois, and 15 in Iowa since the end of June. An earlier investigation revealed the link between McDonald's salad disease.

The company itself said it would remove salads from the menu in about 3,000 establishments in 14 US states "for security reasons."

The publication notes that these restaurants are working with the same supplier company that delivered salads at McDonald's in Iowa and Illinois. Its name is not specified.

A temporary ban on the sale of salads also touched the network restaurants located in Wisconsin, Kentucky, Minnesota, Michigan, Montana, Nebraska, Ohio and others.

McDonald's said that it is cooperating with the authorities that investigate cases of poisoning, and intends to change the supplier of salads in the near future.

Recall that the world's largest fast food chain McDonald's plans large-scale staff reductions to save costs of about $ 500 million by 2019.  In Ukrainian/український
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