More Than 650 Cases Of Cyclospora Are Connected To Salad Bag Recall

All News Health State News Wednesday, July 29th, 2020

The FDA says they’ve seen over 650 cases of Cyclospora directly connected to the bagged salad recall across the US.

The salad bags were produced for stores like HyVee and Wal-Mart by Fresh Express.

The bags contain product code Z178 or lower numbers and consumers are still being urged to throw them out if they still have them.

FDA Officials say they are still trying to determine the cause of the outbreak.

You can follow along with their investigation here: FDA Cyclospora Investigation


July 23, 2020

As of July 22, 2020, CDC is reporting a total of 641 cases across 11 states.

FDA’s traceback investigation is ongoing to determine the cause and source of the outbreak. Salad ingredients (iceberg lettuce, carrots, red cabbage) continue to be items of interest in the investigation. As this outbreak investigation continues, the FDA will provide additional updates to this advisory.

All News Health State News Wednesday, July 29th, 2020

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