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Old 07-14-2018, 07:00 AM   #4
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That type of food poisoning is fast acting, a type of staph basically and you get sick from it's toxins. It also doesn't cause an off taste. Toxins produced also aren't necessarily killed by reheating.

Regarding the lawsuit, the caterers lawyers would have to prove they followed food safety rules first and foremost. Then they would likely have to try and establish where contamination took place. It's usually introduced by person to food contact, so maybe they could present enough doubt as to whether it was an employee or guest. Kind of a Longshot
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