Millions Of Eggs Recalled Over Possible Salmonella Contamination

200 million eggs recalled over Salmonella concern

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Young children, the elderly and those with weakened immune systems are most susceptible to serious complications from salmonella, according to the FDA.

More than 200 million eggs are being recalled over fears of salmonella. The symptoms include fever, nausea, abdominal pain, etc. Recalled eggs were also sold to restaurants.

A recall of 206,749,248 eggs has occurred in the U.S., following 22 reports of illness linked to salmonella contamination.

David Rust began Rose Acre Farms in IN as a family operation with 1,000 hens in the 1930s and it grew to 17 facilities in eight states, according to its website.

Affected eggs were sold under multiple brand names, including Country Daybreak, Coburn Farms, Crystal Farms, Sunshine Farms, and Glenview.

The eggs reached consumers in Florida, New York, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, New Jersey, Virginia, Colorado, South Carolina, and West Virginia. In the most extreme cases when the organism gets into the infected person's bloodstream, it can cause more severe issues such as endocarditis and arthritis.

There would be a full refund for all consumers who have purchased the recalled eggs. The plant number is P-105, with the Julian date range of 011 through 012 printed on either side of the carton or package.

The recall is the largest of eggs in the US since 2010, when more than 550 million eggs were recalled from two Iowa farms, according to the website Food Safety News. If you have questions, call Rose Acre Farms at 855-215-5730 between 8 5 p.m. EST.

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