Not again, Jimmy John

May 25, 2014

Again, people get sick eating at Jimmy John’s sandwich shops. Customers in Washington and Idaho are sick because they ate sandwiches with E. coli contaminated sprouts. This is the seventh time since 2008, sprouts from Jimmy Johns have made people sick. After incident five in 2012, Jimmy John bans sprouts from his sandwich shops. He brings them back in 2013, in November people get sick and now again.

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Jimmy John Just Doesn’t Get It

November 10, 2013

Six times in five years people get sick eating at Jimmy John’s sandwich shops.  The latest incident involves 8 people and 3 sandwich shops in the Denver area.  The E. coli coming from a still unnamed produce product put on the eight’s sandwiches.

Jimmy John has had his problems with produce, particularly sprouts.  In 2008, then in 2009 and again in 2010 people got sick from alfalfa sprouts on their Jimmy John’s sandwiches.  Not giving up on sprouts, the food safety expert, Jimmy John, switches to clover sprouts and makes people sick later in 2010 and then in February 2012.  After the 2012 incident, Jimmy John said he was tired of the bad press and banned all sprouts from his sandwich shops forever.  Evidently forever is nine months because sprouts were back in October.