*UPDATE* September 30th, 2019
According to the CDC, this outbreak appears to be over. A total of 241 people were confirmed sick with the outbreak strain of Cyclospora cayetanensis from 11 states (CT, FL, GA, IA, MA, MN, NY, OH, RI, SC, and WI). 6 people were hospitalized.
August 16th, 2019
Fresh basil imported from Mexico by Siga Logistics has been linked to a multistate Cyclospora outbreak in 11 states, where 205 people have been reported sick and five of them have been hospitalized, according to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) notice. No deaths have been reported. The company issued a recall of these products on July 24th.
The current investigation by the FDA and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) indicates that the exposures occurred at restaurants in Florida, Minnesota, New York, Ohio, and Wisconsin.
The CDC also advises consumers not to eat any fresh basil from Siga Logistics. Also advises throwing the basil away, even if some has been eaten and no one has gotten sick, and not to eat salads or other dishes that include this product.
As for the importers, suppliers, and distributors, as well as restaurants, retailers, and other food service providers the FDA strongly advises not to sell, serve or distribute fresh basil imported from Siga Logistics.
You can check the full outbreak notice on the FDA website