Food-borne illnesses have Dayton Daily News, more than 700 illnesses have been reported since July 26 related to a possible food-borne illness outbreak. Thankfully, it seems to be contained to one store — at least 703 of those illnesses are from people who ate at a single location in Powell, OH (9733 Sawmill Parkway)., and the latest case is its worst yet. According to the
Per the Dayton newspaper, the source of the outbreak has not yet been identified, and tests for Salmonella, Shigella, E. coli and Norovirus have come back negative. A recent health inspection did find that the black beans and pinto beans weren’t kept at a high enough temperature and lettuce was not properly refrigerated after preparation. However, both violations were said to be corrected that day.