According to the United States centers for disease control and prevention, according to reports, the Del Monte Fresh Produce under the brand after eating the pre-packaged vegetable tray, four states in the Midwest of the two people have been infected with the intestinal parasites. The trays were purchased at various retailers, such as Kwik Trip or Kwik Star convenience stores.
The CDC first tracked the outbreak in mid-june, with Wisconsin the worst. Minnesota has also reported up to 54 cases, as well as a handful in Iowa and Michigan. Seven victims were hospitalized, according to the centers for disease control and prevention.
A recall of delmont trays, including carrots, broccoli, broccoli, cauliflower and dill, was also announced in mid-june and will be on sale on June 17. Since then, however, the number of infections and the centers for disease control and prevention have increased warnings that more cases are still being reported because the symptoms of cystidium infection are delayed for about a week, lasting several weeks. Anyone who might still have a recall should deal with it – washing contaminated products is not enough to get rid of the pathogen.
Worm disease is by ring ring the spore worm (Cyclospora cayetanensis), ring sporozoan is a unicellular protozoan, most found in products contaminated with human feces, especially from parasites to the native tropical or subtropical regions. According to the U.S. food and drug administration, symptoms of cyclosporine include severe diarrhea, stomach cramps, bloating, nausea and fatigue. Without treatment, the infection can last for days to more than a month. Cytomycosis is usually not life-threatening.
A major outbreak of cyclosporidia was reported in 2015, when 316 people were infected in 31 states. The outbreak was linked to tainted cilantro from Mexico and did not cause death.