Skip to comments.Egg Recall -- Affected Brands and Descriptions (w FULL list of codes)
Posted on 08/20/2010 4:01:48 PM PDT by UniqueViews
Dates and codes can be found stamped on the end of the egg carton or printed on the case label. However, not all affected brands will be printed in the same order. Typically, the plant number begins with the letter P and then the number. In most cases the Julian date follows the plant number, for example: P-1720 223. If your carton has a combination of numbers that matches the affected plant number AND Julian date, your eggs are affected in the recall. Using the example above, P-1720 223 may appear on some cartons as 223 #1720, 1720 223 or other variations. It is important to note that both the plant number and Julian date must match. If the Julian date does not match the affected plant number than your eggs are not involved in the recall.
(Excerpt) Read more at eggsafety.org ...
The Egg Safety Center (link above) provides the full list of contaminated eggs.
For your own safety and peace of mind, please go to the link and make sure your eggs are OK.
I’ve been buying organic eggs lately. Lately I’ve been buying Eggland eggs at the grocery store.
Can we get Pelosi as a taste tester?
Just a reminder: This operation is controlled by A. J. “Brother Jack” Decoster, largest labor-law violator in US history and employer of hundreds if not thousands of illegal aliens.
Looks like Costco is safe. Phew!
Obama should call a moratorium on eggs. < /sarc>
How about Walmart, the biggest retailer in the history of the world. They must sell a lot of eggs.
While having lunch at a local eatery, a crew from Service Master came in...all Mexicans speaking zero English and pointing at pictures on the menu for the waitress.
I'll bet there weren't two legal ID's among the 20 or so that came in.
They looked somewhat like the "Seven Dwarfs"...all short with very baggy jeans.
Thanks for this useful post. Luckily our brand is not on it. We just buy eggland’s best now. None are ever broken which had become a real problem with other eggs.
Germs won’t harm her...Professional Courtesy.
“How about Walmart...”
I think they sell “Sunny Farms”. That brand is on the list. The ones in my fridge don’t come from either of the plants on the list though.
Perhaps Zero and Family will go out for some good ole’ ICE CREAM soon, maybe on last weeks VACATION they may have been treated to some of it, oh yes they were. Give em’ Ice Cream and lots of it.
If you’re cooking the eggs thoroughly, the salmonella shouldn’t be a problem.
I like my eggs over easy... had them like that at Denny’s a few days ago.
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