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Reglan Warnings Boosted in Canada

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According to a report by the Amarillo Globe-News, eleven of the 24 lawsuits filed in May 2010 in Potter County District Court in Texas against IHOP for three salmonella outbreaks in 2008 have settled, while the other 13 plaintiffs continue to try for a compromise.

The lawsuits were filed after approximately 125 people contracted salmonella food poisoning in three separate outbreaks that forced IHOP to close its doors. 11 employees at International House of Pancakes on South Western Street in Amarillo Texas also tested positive for salmonella.

According to the lawsuit, interviews with IHOP employees showed that syrup pitchers were not washed or sanitized before being refilled. However, in the September 2008 closure, officials determined the salmonella outbreak  was caused by an infected water bath used to warm syrup bottles.

Terms of the recent settlement are confidential, and a late August trial date has been set for the lawsuits that have not been settled. disclaimer: This article: Reglan Warnings Boosted in Canada was posted on Friday, July 22nd, 2011 at 6:32 pm at and is filed under Food Poisoning Lawsuits.

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