The FSA is issuing precautionary advice to consumers who have purchased a specific batch of British Lion eggs contaminated with Salmonella. The eggs were sold in some Sainsbury’s, Aldi, and Asda supermarkets in England and Wales in packs of 6, 10, 12, and 15 eggs. A small number of eggs may be contaminated with Salmonella due to it being found in the environment. The eggshell surface might also be contaminated. The FSA warns consumers to cook the eggs thoroughly, meaning that the egg yolks and whites should not be eaten runny. Thorough cooking will eliminate Salmonella and avoid the risk of illness. Since mid-June 2020, 23 people have been infected with a strain of Salmonella Enteritidis, linked to poultry products, primarily table eggs, in the UK. @ https://www.food.gov.uk/news-alerts/news/fsa-issues-precautionary-safety-and-handling-advice-for-specific-eggs
FSA issues precautionary safety and handling advice for British Lion eggs
FSA issues precautionary safety and handling advice for specific eggs
Precautionary advice to consumers who have purchased a specific batch of British Lion eggs which may be contaminated with salmonella.