The Food and Drug Administation has said it has found Lysteria monocytogenes in samples of Rocky Ford cantaloupe taken from a Denver-area store and on samples taken from equipment at Jensen Farms' packinghouse.

The samples match one of three different strains associated with a multi-state foodborne illness outbreak.

Cantaloupe from the farms' Granada, Colo., packinghouse is being recalled after it sickened 35 and killed four people in 10 states, according to the FDA.

Read the complete article at the FDA.