Millions of eggs distributed from NC recalled due to salmonella risk

Alicia Farmer
April 15, 2018

Out of an abundance of caution, more than 206-million eggs produced from a farm in Hyde County are being recalled.

The eggs were produced at Rose Acre Farms' Hyde County, North Carolina farm and sold to consumers in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, Virginia, Florida, Colorado, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina and SC.

Symptoms of salmonella include diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain.

Officials say 22 illnesses have been reported to date.

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They were sold under the brand names Country Daybreak, Crystal Farms, Coburn Farms, Sunshine Farms, Glenview and Great Value; and at Walmart and Food Lion stores.

North Carolina is among several states in which the eggs were distributed. In rare circumstances, exposure to salmonella can lead to arterial infections, endocarditis and arthritis if the organism enters the blood stream.

They have the plant number P-1065 with the date range of 011 through 102 on the carton. The FDA, urges you to stop using the recalled eggs right away and return them to the store you bought them from for a full refund.

Salmonella can cause serious, and sometimes fatal, infections in young children, elderly, or others with weakened immune systems. If you have questions, call Rose Acre Farms at 855-215-5730 between 8 a.m.to 5 p.m. EST.

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