On August 18, 2010, a massive egg recall was announced after Wright County Egg in Galt, Iowa reported that Salmonella contamination was in specific boxes of eggs. Now, reports are that the recall has expanded from 228 million eggs to approximately 500 million eggs, and the list of states has expanded as well.
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What’s the problem?
It’s time to check your egg cartons one more time. The massive nationwide shell egg recall due to potential Salmonella contamination has been expanded to include eggs produced as recently as Wednesday, August 18, 2010.
Contaminated Egg Recall List
Here is the current recalled eggs list with the following egg brands from Wright County Egg:
- Albertsons (dozen and 18-egg cartons size large eggs in California or Colorado)
- Alta Dena (15 dozen egg cartons with Plant ID#1413, 1026, & 1946 and Julian Dates of 209 through 224)
- Bayview (5-dozen egg cartons size large eggs)
- Becky (5 dozen large size carton eggs with Plant ID#s 1292 & 1091 and Julian Dates 139 through 161)
- Boomsma’s (dozen egg cartons size large eggs)
- Cal Egg (5 dozen large size egg cartons with Plant ID#s 1292 & 1091 and Julian Dates 139 through 194)
- Challenge Dairy (5 dozen large size egg cartons labeled with Plant ID#s 1292 & 1091 and Julian Dates 139 through 194)
- Driftwood Dairy (loose 15 dozen shell egg units with Plant Codes 1026, 1413, or 1946 and Julian Codes of 209 though 224)
- Dutch Farms (dozen egg cartons size large eggs distributed at Walgreens stores in Iowa, Minnesota, Kansas, Nebraska, Missouri, South Dakota and Arkansas)
- E&M Ranch (large loose packaging shell eggs with Plant ID# 1156 & Julian Date 187)
- Farm Fresh (dozen and 18-egg carton size M to Jumbo eggs)
- Farmer’s Gems (large one dozen packages with Plant Code 1156 & Julian Date 187)
- Glenview Farms
- Hidden Villa Ranch (15 dozen unit carton eggs with Plant ID#s 1413, 1026, & 1946 and Julian dates 209 through 224)
- Hillandale (18-egg carton size XL eggs)
- Hillandale Farms (6-egg, dozen, 18-egg, and 30-egg cartons as well as 5-dozen-egg cases)
- James Farms
- Kemps (dozen egg cartons size large eggs)
- Liborio Market (6, 12, & 18 dozen carton eggs; 2 1/2 & 5 dozen sleeves; 15 & 30 dozen bulk cube cases)
- Lucerne (dozen and 18-egg cartons size large eggs. Lucerne is the Safeway store brand)
- Lund(6-egg, dozen and 18-egg cartons size M to Jumbo eggs)
- Market Pantry (packed at plant 1906 and carry dates codes 211, 218, and 219)
- Mi Pueblo (5 dozen large size egg cartons with Plant ID#s 1292 & 1091 and Julian dates 139 through 161)
- Mountain Dairy (dozen and 18-egg cartons size large eggs, 5-dozen egg cartons size medium eggs)
- Nulaid(5-dozen egg cartons size medium eggs)
- Ralph’s (dozen and 18-egg cartons size large eggs)
- Shamrock Foods (6 egg carton, 12 dozen carton, 18 dozen carton, 2 1/2 dozen sleeve, 5 dozen sleeve, 15 dozen bulk cube, and 30 dozen bulk case eggs. Affected products include Plant ID# 1167 & Julian dates 214, 215, & 219)
- Shoreland (dozen egg cartons size XL and Jumbo eggs)
- Shurfresh (extra large 12 dozen carton eggs)
- Sparboe Farms
- Sunny Farms (6-egg, dozen, 18-egg, and 30-egg cartons as well as 5-dozen-egg cases)
- Sunny Meadow (6-egg, dozen, 18-egg, and 30-egg cartons as well as 5-dozen-egg cases)
- Sunshine (dozen egg cartons size XL eggs)
- Sun Valley(5-dozen egg cartons size medium eggs)
- Trafficanda (dozen egg cartons size M to Jumbo eggs)
- West Creek (loose eggs in 15 and 30-dozen tray packs)
- Wholesome Farms (loose eggs in 15 and 30-dozen tray packs)
- Yucaipa Valley (dozen large egg cartons with Plant ID#1156 & Julian date 187)
How to check your eggs
Affected eggs were packed into all types of containers including 6-egg, 12-egg, 18-egg and 30-egg cartons, as well as loose eggs that were for institutional use or repackaging into trays containing 5 dozen or more eggs.
To check your eggs, look for the production code printed on the end of the package. The production code reveals where and when your eggs were packed.
The production code typically begins with the letter “P” and is followed by a plant number and a three-digit date code. Some brands may display the numbers in a different order or not include the “P” before the plant number.
Look for plant numbers 1026, 1091, 1292, 1413, 1663, 1686, 1686K, 1720, 1860, 1942, 1946, or 1951.
Look for date codes between 099 and 230.
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