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E. coli outbreak tied to PCC Community Market


Last updated 5/20/2021 at 9:09am

Seattle food safety attorney Bill Marler has filed two lawsuits involving an E. coli outbreak that sent a child to the hospital in Snohomish County and has been linked to a PCC Community Market brand yogurt.

Marler won a $15.6 million settlement for a client after an E. coli outbreak in 1993 was traced to Jack in the Box restaurants in four states, including Washington. Among the four children who died was 2-year-old Celina Shribbs of Mountlake Terrace.

There is a PCC in Edmonds at 100th Avenue West and Edmonds Way.

"PCC Community Markets works diligently to ensure the safety of the product...

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Reader Comments(1)

Debra Arthur writes:

How many mistakes is PCC going to make. I am no longer shopping there. It's too PC and the young progressives are rude. Enough. Hoodbye.


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