The short answer to this question is, unfortunately, no. In order to prevail in a defective food products case, you will need to prove not only that the food you ate was defective, but that the food - as opposed to either an unrelated viral condition or some idiosyncratic reaction - caused your personal injuries. For more information, read our article here.
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