Northern and Central California Egg Recall

Kirkland brand Organic Brown Eggs and O Organic Brown eggs were recalled Monday afternoon by the California Department of Public Health.  All indications were the recall was concentrated at stores north of Fresno.

Officials said the voluntary recall was due to possible salmonella contamination.

"The eggs are distributed by den Dulk Poultry Farms of Ripon, located north of Modesto. The recalled product was distributed to Costco, Safeway and Pack n’ Save stores in Northern California, as far south as Fresno, and western Nevada," according to the Health Department news release.

"No known illnesses have been reported in connection with these eggs," according to the Health Department.

The Health Department said the eggs sold at Costco are packaged in 18-count cartons under the name, Kirkland Organic Brown Eggs. The eggs that should not be eaten can be identified by the following expiration dates and plant code on the carton:

April 1 062     April 8 069
35 P1776       35 P1776

The eggs sold at Safeway and Pack n’ Save stores are packaged in one-dozen cartons under the name, O Organic Grade A Large Brown Eggs. The eggs that should not be eaten can be identified by the following expiration dates and plant code on the carton:

April 1 062
35 P1776

Consumers with these products are advised to dispose of them.  Consumers with questions may contact den Dulk Poultry Farms at (209) 599-4269. 

If you want to read the official news release from the health department we were told they will have recall information posted on their website, www.cdph.ca.gov, b y Tuesday .         

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