Check your onions now: an outbreak of salmonela that affects 37 states and has sickened more than 650 people in the United States is related to certain onions imported from Mexico.
A warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reported that ProSource Inc. distributed onions Whole fresh reds, whites and yellows from Chihuahua, Mexico, in supermarkets and restaurants throughout the United States.
And that all onions from Chihuahua, Mexico, although it is safer to throw them away if you do not know where they are from.
Officials also urge consumers to don’t buy whole red, white, or yellow onions without stickers or packaging showing where they came from.
The salmonella tracked until onions it has sent 129 people to the hospital, the CDC said.
Federal health investigators are working to determine if there are onions and additional providers related to the outbreak.
The contaminated onions they were last imported on August 27. However, officials say they can last in storage for up to three months.
The CDC also advises that surfaces and containers that have been in contact with onions Contaminated should be washed with hot soapy water or in a dishwasher.
Most people infected with salmonella they may experience diarrhea, fever and stomach cramps, according to the CDC. Symptoms generally begin six hours to six days after eating the affected foods.
Health officials say that most people recover without treatment after four to seven days.