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Warning!

More People Become Sick During MASSIVE Egg Recall

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A massive egg recall has resulted from even more sick consumers.

Did you make mom eggs for Mother’s Day? 😬

If so, hopefully you checked the carton first! According to the CDC, 12 more people from five states have become sick from the Salmonella Braenderup outbreak that has caused the massive recall of over 206 million eggs.

To date, 35 illnesses have been reported in connection with these contaminated eggs and 11 people have been hospitalized – but, thankfully, no deaths have been reported.

A massive egg recall has resulted from even more sick consumers.

Here’s what to look for…

The recalled eggs have been sold in restaurants and retail stores in the following nine states: Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia and were sold under multiple brand names, including Coburn Farms, Country Daybreak, Food Lion, Glenview, Great Value, Nelms, Publix, Sunshine Farms, and Sunups.

The affected eggs will have the following numbers printed on the cartons: P-1065 (the plant number) and another set of numbers between 011 and 102 (the Julian date), or, for Publix and Sunups egg cartons, plant number P-1359D and Julian date 048A or 049A with Best By dates of APR 02 & APR 03.

If you have any of these recalled eggs in your household, immediately discontinue use and return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Visit the CDC site for tips and advice.

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Comments 31

  1. Katie

    THANK YOU for posting this!

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You are so welcome, Katie!

  2. Kat

    Right on the heels of the romaine lettuce incident…. what’s next? Thanks for the heads up,… I don’t always check the news but I always check Hip 2 Save!

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re so welcome, Kat!

  3. Hippy

    Is this the same recall from Easter?

  4. Ger

    What if we have those Sun Up cartoons from Sams Club with the plant number but diff of other numbers & best by June? Does it mean I’m safe?

    • takingachance

      it means you should be safe and the e coli has been cleaned up for later batches of eggs but I personally don’t want any eggs from that plant, I’m avoiding farm 1065

  5. Kruiz528

    Thank you. We eat a lot of eggs at home!

    • Holly (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome!

  6. Laura

    Best by April 2 and 3? Should people be eating them anyway?

    • Amy

      It takes forever for the health departments to follow up!!! Hence the delay?? My son had E. coli last summer and we had to let it run it’s course without knowing that’s what it was for at least 2 weeks before they called me asking about a million questions. I was not impressed it took so long, he was 6 at the time and violently ill. Hope all these folks recover quickly!

  7. Mary

    Thank you, CA is not in there but let’s stay on the look out.

  8. cristine

    Times like this I am thankful for my chickens.

    • Ms Frizzle

      That’s exactly what I was thinking!

    • Jen L

      We’ve started growing our own veggies because of all of this, and have been really considering getting some chickens too. Seems like growing your own stuff is the safest way anymore.

      • Ms Frizzle

        Chickens are easy and fun…totally recommend it. You would never regret it. My kids love them and they keep the bugs down.

  9. DJ

    Hand washing has become very relax in the food industry. I have witnessed employees at Panera, Cold Stone, and many other ice cream shops go from taking the payments without washing their hands. I had a young lady at Panera try and use the same glove she took the previous order and payment to take my order. I told her, you need to change the gloves before taking my order. At an urgent care, the CNA walked out with the glove to call me, used the same glove to take vitals and write down the stats. The waitress/waiters do the same things. They go between processing payments to bringing our food and drinks. We just need to beware and alert management when we notice disgusting behaviors.

    • Lana

      Last week we watched a manager remove garbage that had been dumped on top 0f the plastic silverware packages at Chick fil A. Then she just walked away. A few minutes later another employee filled up the,plastic silverware rack right over to of where the garbage had been dumped. We will not eat at that location again.

    • HH

      Dunkin Donuts too! They handle the money and then use a little piece of wax paper to grab donuts. There should be GLOVES worn!!

    • *Angela-Miles*

      Yes, places have gotten so unsanitary and gross. Yesterday an employee at white castle checked me out with gloves on at the register. I didn’t say anything cuz I thought maybe he just had sensitive hands or something. But no, he did the exact thing I was afraid of, rang up three people and then went with the SAME gloves on his hands and started touching the meat and buns. Gross. I’ve seen so much nasty stuff at restaurants lately it’s hard to want to eat out anywhere often!

  10. Mrs.W

    Thank you for posting this. Thankful that ohio is not included though!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re very welcome!

  11. LC

    Oh nooo:( thank you for posting

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      You’re welcome LC!

  12. JUDY TRAC

    how do i return this? i don’t have receipt

    • Jodi

      If you have a recalled item the store should be aware of it and you do not need a receipt to return the item.

  13. Patty Callini

    HI Colin, how do you like your Dreamcloud mattress. Please give details about pros and cons. Thank you!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      We actually really like it. It’s just the right amount of firmness and we no longer have a mattress slide (AKA my hubby’s side of the bed doesn’t have a dip anymore!).

  14. Arram

    Does anyone knows the Costcos in NJ are affected by these eggs?

    • Sarah O.

      I did not see Costco or Kirkland on any of the list those are the eggs i just bought here in Florida.

  15. Shannon

    First romaine lettuce, now eggs…I think I’ll just eat candy LOL!

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