Missouri has its fourth case of Listeriosis. The disease was found in cantaloupes from Jensen Farms in Colorado back in mid-September with 109 people in 23 states becoming sick and 21 people dying from the Listeria contamination. Doug Karas with the Food and Drug Administration says if you are unsure about your cantaloupe, throw it out.
Keep the fruit away from animals as well. Listeriosis can develop up to two months after eating the contaminated cantaloupe.