200+ Cases Of Infections Following Parasites In Del Monte Vegetables — CDC

Great variety of vegetables exposed on the green iron grid. They are divided into portions in trays and packed with plastic. You can see carrots tomatoes mushrooms zucchini green bean scarlet eggplant red peppers greens and yellows aubergine onio

Great variety of vegetables exposed on the green iron grid. They are divided into portions in trays and packed with plastic. You can see carrots tomatoes mushrooms zucchini green bean scarlet eggplant red peppers greens and yellows aubergine onio

Before you swear off veggies forever, rest assured that the recall is in full affect. Del Monte has pulled its baby carrots, cauliflower, broccoli, and dill dip all from the shelves. Additionally, Del Monte is recalling "small veggie trays", which are 28oz and include broccoli, cauliflower, carrots, celery and dill dip that were distributed to IL and Indiana. Del Monte Fresh Produce vegetable tray) 7 1752472518 9 (12 oz. Two cases were from vegetables bought in another state but consumed in MI.

The first person known to be infected became sick on May 14. As many as 54 cases have also been reported in Minnesota, along with a handful in Iowa and MI. On June 15 Del Monte recalled 28-ounce trays.

Del Monte-branded fresh vegetables have been linked to a parasite that has sickened more than 200 people in the Midwest.

The outbreak of the parasitic intestinal infection has caused seven people to be hospitalized, though no deaths have occurred, according the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Anyone who has consumed any of the recalled vegetable trays and developed symptoms should seek medical attention.

Health officials have reported 212 cases linked with recalled Del Monte 6 oz. and 12 oz. vegetable trays in Iowa, Indiana, Minnesota, and MI. "FDA is now reviewing distribution and supplier information related to the vegetable trays; the investigation is ongoing", according to the FDA's update this week.

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