TORONTO, ONT. (WIVB) - Toronto health officials say 150 people became ill at the Canadian Exhibition after eating a cronut burger.
Toronto Public Health called a news conference Friday afternoon to reveal test results on the cronut burger found bacteria known to cause gastrointestinal illness.
The food samples were taken from Epic Burger and Waffles where people reported food poisoning after eating at the fair between Aug. 16 and 20.
Five people had to be hospitalized on Tuesday as the number of people kept climbing.
Health officials are confident the outbreak is over and outlet that served the cronut burgers has voluntarily closed.
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