Salad-tied outbreak widespread, source not pegged
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) -- Food safety advocates are sounding an alarm at the lack of information being disseminated about an enduring intestinal illness tied to prepackaged salad that has sickened nearly 400 people nationwide.
The outbreak of the rare parasite cyclospora has been reported in at least 15 states, and federal officials warned Wednesday it was too early to say it is over.
But if you're looking to find out exactly where it came from, you may be out of luck.