Shell Eggs Recalled- Health Hazard
Good Earth Health Company has recently recalled shell eggs it sold due to a health hazard.
About the Shell Egg Recall
According to the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the shell eggs have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella, an organism which can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, frail or elderly people, and others with weakened immune systems.
The FDA recommends that consumers discard any shell egg product and its container. Good Earth Egg Company will work directly with each consumer to manage replacement of its product.
Description of Recalled Shell Eggs
- The shell eggs were packaged in the following ways: 6-count cartons, 10-count cartons, 12-count cartons, 18-count cartons, 15 dozen cases, and 30 dozen cases.
- The dates and codes on the cartons and cases include everything prior to and including the date code 006 – Sell By 02/05/2016, under the brand name Good Earth Egg Company, license number D-01124.
- The shell eggs were sold at Dierbergs, Shop n' Save, Straubs, Midtowne Market and Price Chopper in the metropolitan St. Louis area.