Bagged salads linked to intestinal infection outbreak

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and public health officials has identified an outbreak of Cyclospora infections in several states linked to bagged salad mixes.
Cylcospora, according to the CDC, is an intestinal illness caused by the Cyclospora cayetanensis.
While no illnesses have been reported in Michigan, the ALDI Little Salad Bar brand Garden Salad sold at Michigan ALDI stores and in other nine other states is being recalled.
On Monday, the CDC said 122 people have reported becoming ill in Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Minnesota, Nebraska and Wisconsin.  No deaths have been reported, but 19 people have been hospitalized.
Illnesses started on dates ranging from May 11, 2020 to June 15, 2020, the CDC says.
Of those becoming ill, the CDC says that bagged salad mixes with carrots, red cabbage and iceberg lettuce is the likely source of the outbreak.
Here are the stores and products being recalled according to the CDC:
The CDC is warning the public not to eat, sell or serve the recalled salads. If you have a bagged salad on the list, do not eat it and throw it out. Even if you have eaten some of the salad, toss the rest away.
What to know about Cyclospora infection, according to the CDC :
If you have symptoms, the CDC urges consumers to talk to your healthcare provider, write down what you ate before you started to get sick and report your illness to the health department.