According to various press reports, Moby Dick House of Kabob has voluntarily suspended sale of hummus at its Maryland, Virginia, and DC locations after multiple cases of Salmonella infections have been reported.
The Maryland Health Department reports that they are investigating Salmonella infections in people who say they ate at Moby Dick House of Kabob. Sixteen cases have been confirmed since September 10. Eight of the first nine individuals say they ate the restaurant’s hummus.
The Virginia Health Department is investigating “at least eight confirmed or probable cases” of Salmonella infections associated with Moby Dick.
DC says they don’t have a confirmed case yet, but they are investigating several cases of Salmonella that might be connected to Moby Dick.
Health authorities say that if you have any hummus from Moby Dick, it should not be eaten.
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