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According to the CDC, ice cream sold in Florida is associated with the development of Listeria.

One person died and 22 became ill throughout the United StatesListeria outbreak. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it is linked to the ice cream brands sold in Florida. According to the CDC, anyone with Sarasota-based Big Olaf Creamery products should throw them away.

In addition to removing ice cream from the house, people need to clean places, containers, and utensils that may have touched the product, the CDC said in a statement on Saturday.

The CDC recommended similar guidance to retailers selling Big Olaf ice cream and urged them to stop selling their products "until further notice".

Last week, the CDC stated that the 23 Listeria cases reported came from 10 different states. I did. Almost all patients live in Florida or travel to Florida about a month before they get sick. 

One person in Illinois died after getting sick, the CDC said. Five were pregnant and one of them lost a fetus.

Listeria, a bacterial infection caused by eating contaminated food, is the most dangerous for pregnant people, people over the age of 65, and people with weakened immunity. Says. Symptoms usually begin two weeks after eating food, but can also begin 70 days after the same day. According to the CDC, symptoms can resemble common food poisoning symptoms such as diarrhea and fever, and most people who experience these symptoms recover without treatment.

If you are at high risk and are experiencing these symptoms, especially if you have recently traveled to Florida, the CDC will tell you to contact your healthcare provider.

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Sophie Reardon is a news editor on CBS News.

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