Eggs From Coles And Woolworths Have Been Recalled Amid Salmonella Outbreak

Eggs From Coles And Woolworths Have Been Recalled Amid Salmonella Outbreak

by | Aug 27, 2020

If you recently bought Bridgewater Poultry Eggs from Coles, Woolworths or any other independent grocers, then you better toss them out or return them to the retailer.

The cartons of eggs affected are:

Woolworths 12 Cage Free Eggs 700g

Victorian Fresh Barn Laid Eggs 600g

Victorian Fresh Barn Laid Eggs 700g

Victorian Fresh Barn Laid Eggs 800g

Lodden Valley Barn laid 600g

Food Standards Australia New Zealand shared the recall news online yesterday, saying “Bridgewater Poultry is recalling various barn laid eggs and cage-free eggs in ACT, NSW, Vic, Tas and SA. The recall is due to potential Salmonella Enteriditis contamination.”

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You can read the full report from the food standards body here.

Food products contaminated with Salmonella can cause severe illness, and as such if you believe you may be suffering the effects of eating contaminated products, visit your GO as soon as possible. Symptoms usually present around six to 72 hours after consumption and can last up to seven days.

The industry body recommends customers return their products to the place of purchase for a full refund.

This article originally appeared on Women’s Health US. 

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