Ice Cream is Linked to a Deadly Listeria Outbreak that Has Affected Ten States

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, a Florida ice cream company was connected to a listeria outbreak that infected 22 people in 10 states and claimed at least one life.

Between January 2021 and last month, individuals reported symptoms of listeria illnesses, which the organisation claimed were related to ice cream served by Big Olaf Creamery.

The majority of the ill patients were in Florida, where the company primarily sells its products, the government said on Saturday.

According to the CDC, the deceased was an Illinois native.

 According to the organisation, one disease caused a foetal loss in one of the five of them who were pregnant.

According to the organisation, listeria causes illness in about 1,600 Americans annually.

According to the CDC, Sarasota-based Big Olaf Creamery started requesting shops on Friday to stop selling its goods.

The FDA also advised people to discard any products from the corporation they may have in their homes.

As of Tuesday morning, Big Olaf Creamery had not issued a recall.