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A salad-mix packaging facility associated with the Cyclospora outbreak that has so far sickened more than 600 people in 22 US states has been given the green light to return to production following an extensive investigation.
US health officials have continued their investigation into the root cause of a Cyclospora outbreak that has so far infected more than 575 people across 19 US states. However, while infections from two states have been traced back to a salad packer in Mexico, more people are continuing to get sick in other states around the country.
A Mexican farm linked to a Cyclospora outbreak in at least two states has reported it has ceased production and shipment of salad mixes to American grocery and restaurant chains.
An FDA investigation has confirmed an Iowa and Nebraska state health concern that bagged salad mix is responsible for a serious cyclosporiasis outbreak that has so far affected 16 states.
Attorney Bill Marler called on public health agencies to release information about the source of a cyclospora outbreak among residents of 15 states. Seattle,
A stomach illness linked to the parasite Cyclospora has been on the rise in more than a dozen states across the US, with more than 370 reported cases since the end of June, according to a US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report on Monday.
CDC officials are warning about potentially tainted produce that may have caused sickness in over 250 people across several US states.