Rogue zucchini seeds are suspected to be behind several cases of illness in England.
Zucchinis, also called courgettes, contain a naturally occurring compound. When this is at a high enough level it can lead to symptoms such as nausea and diarrhea.
Four families in Castle Acre, Norfolk, reported feeling unwell after eating produce they had grown, according to the BBC.
The Sun newspaper reported a woman needed hospital treatment after being poisoned by courgettes she had grown. They came from Unwins seeds and parent company Westland told The Sun that it had temporarily suspended shipments as a precaution while it