August 2010

The original recall announced August 13 included  380 million eggs produced by Wright County Egg of Galt, Iowa. A second farm, Hillandale Farms of Iowa, said it will recall 170 million eggs after tests confirmed Salmonella.

First issued August 13 the recall of eggs in their shells, or “shell eggs,” is part of an ongoing

Reason:  Due to the presence of salmonella.

Pack/Codes:  The recalled alfalfa sprouts are packaged in 3.5 ounce plastic clamshell containers. They have a UPC code of 0-46421-11236-6.

Distribution:  [NY]: The product from the Brooklyn-based company was distributed in New York state and potentially elsewhere in the New York City region. Officials are investigating how broadly

Roseburg, Ore., company is working with state agencies to ensure safe milk and juice products

Oregon Public Health officials today want to make sure consumers are aware of a recall of certain milk and drink products by Umpqua Dairy Products Co. sold in Oregon, southwest Washington and northern California. Umpqua, headquartered in Roseburg, Ore., instituted

First Salmonella Lawsuit Filed by Marler Clark Links Wisconsin Victim to 228,000,000 Egg Recall and Nationwide Outbreak

Wright County Egg Recall Tied to Salmonella Illnesses Nationwide

An outbreak of Salmonella Enteritidis (SE) at a restaurant in Kenosha, Wisconsin has been linked to the recall of 280,000,000 eggs and nearly 300 illnesses in the rapidly widening

Eggs produced by the farms of Wright County Egg of Galt, Iowa, have been recalled because of potential salmonella contamination. Eggs affected by the recall were distributed in Illinois, Wisconsin, Iowa and other states. The eggs are packaged under these brand names in varying carton sizes: Lucerne, Albertson, Mountain Dairy, Ralph’s, Boomsma’s, Sunshine, Hillandale, Trafficanda