Breakfast Spoiler: 200 million eggs recalled over salmonella contamination

Breakfast Spoiler: 200 million eggs recalled over salmonella contamination

Breakfast Spoiler: 200 million eggs recalled over salmonella contamination

Rose Acre Farms in Seymor, Indiana, was recalling the eggs voluntarily because of a possible contamination with the bacteria.

Healthy people affected with the illness can experience fever, diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.

People most susceptible to Salmonella infection include young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.

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

A company has recalled more than 200 million eggs after an outbreak of salmonella was traced to one of its farms in North Carolina.

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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.

They came from Rose Acre Farms, which is the second-biggest egg producer in the United States and based in Indiana. "In rare circumstances, infection... can result in the organism getting into the bloodstream and producing more severe illnesses such as arterial infections (i.e., infected aneurysms), endocarditis and arthritis".

Food Lion has pulled the recalled eggs from shelves of the approximately 400 stores where they were available, said spokeswoman Emma Inman.

Consumers who have purchased shells eggs are being told to immediately stop using the eggs.

On the packaging of the recalled eggs, consumers can find the plant No. P-1065 and a Julian date range of 011 through date of 102. These eggs were being sold under a number of brand names - like County Daybreak; Crystal Farms; Coburn Farms; Sunshine Farms; etc.

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