After receiving and reviewing hundreds of reports of salmonella cases over the past weeks, the Centers for Disease Control has announced with the Food and Drug Administration a recall of more than 380 Million eggs. These eggs are deemed to beÂ contaminatedÂ with Salmonella and any eggs with the plants numbers: P1026, P1413, P1946, P1720, and P1942 with the three digit code ranging from 136-229 should be returned to store where purchased. More eggs and plants may be recalled in the coming days.
The eggs are sold under the brands, Hillandale Farms, Sunny Farms, Sunny Meadow, Wholesome Farms and West Creek.
Symptoms include diarrhea, fever and abdominal cramps. Further symptoms may develop such as vomiting, chills, headaches, and muscle pains. All of these symptoms may last for four to seven days.
There have already been several lawsuits filed on behalf of Plaintiffs sickened by the contaminated eggs against the restaurants who served them the contaminated food items.
Attached, herein, is an article from CNN.com regarding the recall and the measure that you can take regarding this recall.