On June 8, Illinois-based Caito Foods voluntarily recalled its fresh-cut watermelon, honeydew melon and cantaloupe because of an outbreak of Salmonella. Sixty people have become sick, but no one has died in the outbreak. The CDC is conducting an investigation to pinpoint the precise problem so that a more exact recall can be made, and some major US grocers have voluntarily pulled the products from store shelves. The recall applies to melon shipped by Caito between April 17 and June 7.