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Questions and Answers

Related to the Outbreak of Salmonella infections from Veggie Booty


I have a bag of Robert’s American Gourmet Veggie Booty &/or Super Veggie Tings and I/my children ate some of it, but no one is sick. What should I do?

Do not eat any more of the Veggie Booty or Super Veggie Tings. Throw away the bag(s). If anyone in your family develops diarrheal illness with bloody diarrhea, fever, or symptoms lasting more than three days, he or she should consult a healthcare provider.

I/my household member ate Robert’s American Gourmet Veggie Booty &/or Super Veggie Tings and I/my household member is ill with diarrhea. I still have the bag. What should I do?

Do not eat any more of the Veggie Booty or Super Veggie Tings. If the diarrheal illness is severe, with bloody diarrhea, fever, or symptoms lasting more than three days, you should consult a healthcare provider. Salmonella infection is diagnosed by culture of a stool specimen.  Call your local health department as well, as they may wish to investigate your case further.

What about Robert’s American Gourmet Super Veggie Tings Crunch Corn Sticks?

Robert’s American Gourmet Food, Inc expanded its product recall on July 2, 2007 to include all lots and sizes of Super Veggie Tings Crunchy Corn Sticks due to the company’s concern that Veggie Booty and Super Veggie Tings share ingredients that could be contaminated.Persons should discard any bags of either product in their possession.

Has Super Veggie Tings Crunchy Corn Sticks been associated with illness?

CDC is not aware of any human illness associated with Super Veggie Tings Crunchy Corn Sticks.  The voluntary recall by the company was a precautionary measure.

I/my household member ate another snack product from the Robert’s American Gourmet brand that is not Veggie Booty or Super Veggie Tings, and I/my household member is ill with diarrhea. I still have the bag. What should I do?

There is no evidence that this illness has been caused by the snack food you are describing. If the illness is severe, with bloody diarrhea, fever, or symptoms lasting more than three days, you should consult a healthcare provider.

I/my household member ate a snack food that is not the Robert’s American Gourmet brand, and I/my household member is ill with diarrhea. I still have the bag. What should I do?

There is no evidence that your illness has been caused by the snack food you are describing. If the illness is severe, with bloody diarrhea, fever, or symptoms lasting more than three days, you should consult a healthcare provider.


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Content Source: National Center for Zoonotic, Vector-Borne, and Enteric Diseases (ZVED)
Page last modified: July 3, 2007