Lucerne Foods Recalls 12-Count and 18-Count Cartons of Lucerne Eggs Sold in Safeway Food & Drug Stores in Seven States Due to Possible Salmonella Contamination
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Lucerne Egg Recall
As part of the Wright County Egg company’s August 13, 2010 voluntary recall of eggs due to possible Salmonella Enteritidis contamination, Lucerne Foods has recalled Lucerne Grade AA eggs in 12-count and 18-count cartons sold at Safeway Food & Drug stores in seven states. Only products in the following states with the specified “Sell By” dates and Plant Numbers are part of this recall:
Northern California, Northern Nevada: Eggs sold in these states display “Sell By” dates of May 16, 2010 to August 13, 2010. The “Sell By” date is stamped on the side of the carton and is followed by Plant code numbers P1026, P1413 or P1946.
Nationwide Egg Recall List
Nationally recalled eggs in question were sold to contract companies including:
- Mountain Dairy
- Farm Fresh
- Dutch Farms
- Sun Valley
“Eggs affected by this recall were distributed to food wholesalers, distribution centers and food service companies in California, Illinois, Missouri, Colorado, Nebraska, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa. These companies distribute nationwide,” the FDA said in a statement. “Eggs are packed in varying sizes of cartons (6-egg cartons, dozen egg cartons, 18-egg cartons) with Julian dates ranging from 136 to 225 and plant numbers 1026, 1413, and 1946. Dates and codes can be found stamped on the end of the egg carton. The plant number begins with the letter P and then the number. The Julian date follows the plant number, for example: P-1946 223.”
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