Hillandale Farms recalls eggs in 14 statesHillandale Farms recalls eggs in 14 states
Due to potential salmonella contamination, eggs distributed by Hillandale Farms were recalled from grocery distribution centers, retail grocery stores and food service companies in 14 states.
August 20, 2010
On the heels of this weeks massive nationwide egg recall, Hillandale Farms of Iowa is recalling shell eggs because they may be contaminated with Salmonella, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced Aug. 20. There have been laboratory-confirmed Salmonella enteritidis illnesses associated with the shell eggs; the investigation is ongoing.
Eggs affected by the recall were distributed to grocery distribution centers, retail grocery stores and foodservice companies which service or are located in 14 states, including Arkansas, California, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota, Texas, and Wisconsin. The eggs were distributed under the brand names Hillandale Farms, Sunny Farms and Sunny Meadow in 6-egg cartons, dozen-egg cartons, 18-egg cartons, 30-egg package, and 5-dozen cases. Loose eggs are packaged under the Wholesome Farms and West Creek brands in 15- and 30-dozen tray packs. The loose eggs also may be repackaged by customers.
The recalled eggs have plant numbers P1860Julian dates ranging from 099 to 230, and P1663Julian dates ranging from 137 to 230. Julian dates and plant codes can be found stamped on the end of the egg carton or printed on the case label.
Click here to view the entire recall.
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