A Comprehensive List of Eggs and Brands Involved in Recall

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On August 13, the US Food and Drug Administration initiated a recall of shell eggs produced by Wright County Egg of Galt, Iowa due to salmonella contamination. Since then, the list of recalled products has expanded to include more than 380 million eggs, including five additional brands from California’s NuCal Foods. Here is the most up-to-date, comprehensive list of recalled eggs:

Egg Recall Brand Names and List:

• Lucerne
• Albertson
• Mountain Dairy
• Ralph’s
• Boomsma’s
• Sunshine
• Hillandale
• Trafficanda
• Farm Fresh
• Shoreland
• Lund
• Dutch Farms
• Kemps
• Bayview
• Nulaid
• Sun Valley

The eggs were sold between May and August 2010. They are packaged in varying sizes of cartons: 6-egg, one dozen, and 18-egg packages. Only whole eggs in the shell are involved. Other egg products produced by Wright County Eggs are not affected.

Specific dates and codes can be found stamped on the end of the egg carton. For Wright County Eggs, the packages have Julian dates ranging from 136 to 229 (the 136th day of the year fell on May 16). Plant numbers include 1026, 1413, 1720, 1942, and 1946. For example, a packaged marked P-1946 223 would be included in the recalled products.

For brand names packaged by NuCal Foods, the following products have been recalled:
Bayview Large 5dz, UPC 7-17544-30172-1,
Plant Number P-1686, Julian Dates 142-149

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Mountain Dairy Medium 5dz, UPC 0-11110-89969-9,
Plant Number P-1951, Julian Dates 193-208

Nulaid Medium 5dz, UPC 0-71230-02140-0,
Plant Number P-1091, Julian Dates 167-174

Nulaid Medium 5dz, UPC 0-71230-02140-0,
Plant Number P-1951, Julian Dates 195-210

Sun Valley Medium 5dz, UPC 6-48065-11432-6,
Plant Number P-1951, Julian Dates 195-209

The products were initially shipped to wholesalers, distribution centers, and food-service companies in seventeen states: California, Colorado, Minnesota, Arkansas, Arizona, Georgia, Illinois, Iowa, Oklahoma, Oregon, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, Texas, Utah, Washington and Wisconsin. However, these companies distribute nationwide, and illnesses have been reported in other states including North Carolina.

Consumers who have the recalled eggs should return them to the place of purchase. To report a suspected foodborne illness, contact your local city or county health department.

For more egg recall news, please read:
New Egg Recall - What Should You Do?
Egg Recall List Keeps Getting Bigger

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Comments

This is why I buy from smaller organic farms!
Thanks much for providing the full list of the brand names and plant numbers! It's amazing (and scary) that so many producers are involved. :-O
what about all the food products manufactured with these same recalled eggs...are they suspect. please advise. Dan from Tallahassee