A deadly listeria outbreak tied to a Florida-based company’s ice cream products has sickened 25 people in nearly a dozen states and hospitalized almost all of them.
The number of illnesses, though, is likely higher, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
On Thursday, the CDC increased the number of illnesses potentially linked to Big Olaf Creamery ice cream products to 25 from 22. In total, 24 people have been hospitalized, and one person has died. Out of five people who got sick during their pregnancy, “one person’s illness resulted in a fetal loss,” according to the CDC.
After being informed of the...