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More than 200 million eggs sold in nine US states are recalled over salmonella fears
#11
I handle and cook all eggs and poultry like it's infected whether it is or not.

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(04-15-2018, 07:21 PM)Sassy Fringette Wrote: Guys if you scroll down the article there's a video telling you how to tell if you have some of these eggs before cooking them.

Apparently they came from a place in Indiana.


200 million eggs sold in nine states have been recalled over salmonella fears
Rose Acre Farms, based in Seymour, Indiana, issued the voluntary recall
At least 22 illnesses have been reported so far, according to the FDA
Eggs reached Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia
They were sold in various stores and restaurants, including Walmart


Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-...z5CmZIQmZB
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Yes the company is based in Seymour IN but they own some massive egg laying farms in several states, this one is in NC.
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#13
This just makes me sick!
Doing what I can with what I have.
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(04-15-2018, 07:21 PM)Sassy Fringette Wrote: Guys if you scroll down the article there's a video telling you how to tell if you have some of these eggs before cooking them.

Apparently they came from a place in Indiana.


200 million eggs sold in nine states have been recalled over salmonella fears
I sure hope they hear that call.
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#15
2 years ago:

https://news.walmart.com/news-archive/20...in-by-2025

Quote:Walmart U.S. Announces Transition to Cage-Free Egg Supply Chain by 2025

Commitment represents company’s continued focus on advancing animal welfare

BENTONVILLE, Ark., April 5, 2016 — Walmart U.S. and Sam’s Club U.S. today announced their goal to transition to a 100 percent cage-free egg supply chain by 2025. This step represents a commitment to continuously improving the company’s food supply chain while maintaining the affordable prices that customers expect.

“Our customers and associates count on Walmart and Sam’s Club to deliver on affordability and quality, while at the same time offering transparency into how their food is grown and raised,” said Kathleen McLaughlin, chief sustainability officer at Walmart. “Our commitment to transition to a cage-free egg supply chain recognizes that expectation and represents another step we are taking to improve transparency for food we sell in our U.S. stores and clubs.”

So, Cage-Free equals Salmonella Poisoning.

Salmonella is a Sam's CULT Kool-Aid Ingredient.
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#17
a dumb question: are the eggs in the US full of poop too?
here in germany they dont wash them so there is always feathers and poop on the shell. Lol
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#18
You could make a monstrous omelet with that many eggs.
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(04-16-2018, 12:37 PM)flipper666 Wrote: a dumb question: are the eggs in the US full of poop too?
here in germany they dont wash them so there is always feathers and poop on the shell. Lol

Very rarely will you find a store bought egg with poop or feathers on it here in the US.
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#20
So ...

My question was, "How does salmonella get inside an egg?",
and I found this answer (at link) which indicates that the hen's ovaries can become infected and the salmonella gets into the egg before the shell is formed.

More detail at link:

https://www.livescience.com/10016-salmonella-eggs.html

Seems to me, though, that it is more likely that the contamination was on the shell, and when the person cooking the egg handled the egg, the salmonella was transferred onto the egg.

The article also stresses eating only well-cooked eggs. According to the article (at the above link), heat destroys salmonella.

My 2cents. fwiw
"Let thy food be thy medicine and thy medicine be thy food." - Hippocrates
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