Federal health officials have raised the death toll to 18 in an outbreak of listeria in cantaloupe.
U.S. Reps. Diana DeGette of Colorado and Henry Waxman of California are calling for a congressional hearing on the recent listeria outbreak.
Health officials in Colorado have blamed a third death on a multistate Listeria outbreak traced to cantaloupe from a Colorado farm.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported a third Colorado death linked to listeria in cantaloupes, bringing the nationwide death toll in the outbreak to as many as 17 people.
It’s only going to get worse. That’s the word from federal health officials on the listeria outbreak. They say more illnesses and maybe deaths could happen in the coming weeks.
A new death in Colorado could be linked to listeria after a Parker woman told CBS4 her mother ate contaminated cantaloupe and died Tuesday morning.
Rocky Ford farmers say cantaloupes aren’t the only crop that suffered a hit from a multistate listeria outbreak that has killed at least four people.
More deaths may be linked to a listeria outbreak involving cantaloupe from a Colorado farm.
Test results confirm the listeria outbreak is linked to cantaloupe from a single farm in Colorado: Jensen Farms.