cyclospora FDA Blames Mexican Cilantro For Latest Cyclospora Outbreak By Krystina Martinez • Jul 28, 2015 Shutterstock The U.S. Food and Drug Administration says cilantro imported from Puebla, Mexico is likely the cause for hundreds of cases of cyclosporiasis in the last two years. Cyclospora: Why You Should Be Sure To Wash Your Produce By Sam Baker • Jul 6, 2015 Shutterstock State health officials have reported dozens of cases statewide this summer of stomach-related illnesses from cyclospora, a parasite. Several of those cases have been in North Texas. Texas Health Officials Investigating Stomach Illness Outbreak By Associated Press • Jun 24, 2015 Wikimedia Commons Texas health officials are investigating an outbreak of a stomach illness caused by consuming food or water contaminated with feces. Cyclosporiasis Cases Linked To Fresh Cilantro From Mexico By Krystina Martinez • Aug 28, 2014 Shutterstock Texas health officials have determined that the state’s cyclosporiasis outbreak could be traced to cilantro imported from Puebla, Mexico. Cyclospora Is Back, But With A Little Less Of A Bite By Krystina Martinez • Jul 22, 2014 William Couch / Flickr Five stories that have North Texas talking: Cyclospora is back, Planned Parenthood plans to drop big money to support Texas Democrats, an alternative to sticking wet smartphones in rice, and more. North Texas Has Most Of State's Cyclospora Cases By BJ Austin • Jul 30, 2013 William Couch / Flickr North Texas leads the state in the number of cyclospora cases – an intestinal illness caused by a microscopic parasite. Federal health officials are trying to track down the source of a multi-state outbreak. They suspect contaminated produce.