The CDC, FDA, and state and local partners have determined that the outbreak of Cyclospora cayetanensis has ended and have closed the investigation. Based on epidemiological investigations conducted by CDC and state and local partners, ill people reported eating broccoli before becoming sick. FDA and state and local partners conducted traceback investigations and determined that the product of interest was imported broccoli. FDA and state and local partners also collected and analyzed product samples and all samples were negative for Cyclospora. Due to the absence of supporting evidence collected from traceback and sample collection, investigators were unable to confirm a specific type or producer of imported broccoli as the source of the outbreak.