In the outbreak, 93 cases from nine countries were reported: Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio and Wisconsin. The hospital was hospitalized for 23 people and did not report deaths.
"Caito Foods has temporarily interrupted the production and distribution of these products, as the company and the FDA are continuing their investigations," the FDA found.
"Since it is possible that the products are still on the shelves, this recall will be extended to both retailers and consumers," the FDA noted. "Consumers should not be taking the product and should immediately remove all remaining products."
Investigation is in progress. Caito Foods did not immediately respond to calls that require a statement.
Symptoms usually begin after 12 to 72 hours after ingestion of bacteria and can last from four to seven days. They include diarrhea, fever and gastritis, according to CDC. Most people recover. Patients who have severe diarrhea may require hospitalization. If serious ill patients are not treated, the disease can be lethal.