Good Earth Egg Company Recalls Eggs for Salmonella Risk

Link established between distributed eggs and salmonella cases in Missouri and neighboring states


The company has issued a voluntary recall of all its shell eggs. 

Good Earth Egg Company has issued a voluntary recall of its shell eggs for the possible risk that they have been contaminated with salmonella.

The Food and Drug Administration alerted the company to a link that was established between eggs distributed by its facility and salmonella cases in Missouri and surrounding states, according to the recall notice.

As a result of the investigation, Good Earth Egg Company has recalled all of its shell eggs, including six-count, 10-count, 12-count, and 18-count cartons; and 15 dozen and 30 dozen cases.

“The dates and codes on the cartons and cases will include everything prior to and including date code 252 – Sell By 10/08/2016, with ‘Packed for’ or ‘Produced for Good Earth Egg Company,’” according to the release.

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Consumers are asked to discard any affected products and to work with Good Earth Egg Company directly on replacing their products.