Salmonella Pepperidge Farm® Goldfish®

Salmonella-Goldfish Cory Watson Attorneys

In July 2018, Pepperidge Farm issued a recall for Goldfish® Crackers that may be contaminated with Salmonella. The recall affects more than 3.3 million Goldfish packages on shelves across the U.S.

If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with Salmonella after eating Goldfish crackers, contact our law firm immediately. Call (877) 562-0000 now or fill out our online contact form for a FREE initial consultation.

You may be entitled to compensation by filing a suit against the manufacturer, and our experienced food poisoning attorneys can help.

Cory Watson Files Suit on Behalf of Mother Sickened by Goldfish®

On August 8, Cory Watson Attorneys, in association with their Mississippi Co-counsel, Schwartz & Associates, P.A., filed suit on behalf of a Mississippi mother who is believed to be the first case of Salmonella poisoning associated with the Pepperidge Farm Goldfish recall.

The salmonella victim, 26-year-old Bailey Finch of Columbus, Miss., said that when she ate Goldfish Flavor Blasted® Extra Cheddar on July 19, she had no idea that the snack food might be contaminated. Pepperidge Farm later recalled the lot she had purchased, but it was too late to prevent a dangerous bout with salmonella poisoning.

After suffering severe stomach problems, Ms. Finch was initially taken to DCH Hospital in Tuscaloosa, Ala., then transferred by ambulance to UAB Hospital in Birmingham, Ala., where she underwent four days of treatment for severe complications caused by the salmonella.

Click here to read the full press release on this salmonella case.

Why are Goldfish® recalled?

The recall was issued because Goldfish Crackers from Pepperidge Farm contain whey powder seasoning, an ingredient that was recalled by a third-party manufacturer due to a risk of Salmonella food poisoning.

Which Goldfish® Crackers are recalled?

The following types of Goldfish Crackers were recalled for salmonella:

  • Goldfish Flavor Blasted® Xtra Cheddar
  • Goldfish Flavor Blasted® Sour Cream & Onion
  • Goldfish Baked with Whole Grain Xtra Cheddar
  • Goldfish Mix Xtra Cheddar + Pretzel

The recalled products were sold in bags, cardboard boxes, individual sizes, and bulk cartons. Click here to download and/or print the full list.

What is Salmonella food poisoning?

Salmonella is a bacteria that can cause serious or even deadly food poisoning. The symptoms may not show for up to 48 hours, and hospitalization may be required in severe cases. Symptoms include:

  • Nausea
  • Vomiting
  • Abdominal cramps
  • Diarrhea

What should I do now?

Cory Watson Attorneys is currently accepting Salmonella injury cases in all 50 states. If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with salmonella from eating Goldfish Crackers, contact us today for a FREE initial case consultation. Call (877) 562-0000 or fill out our online contact form.

Additional Resources:

Cory Watson Attorneys: Salmonella Victim Sues Pepperidge Farm® After Becoming Critically Ill

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