Several stores have had to remove organic brown eggs from their shelves because they may be contaminated with Salmonella. The producer, den Dulk Poultry Farms, located in Ripon, California, is taking part in a voluntary recall after it was determined that the eggs in question tested positive for Salmonella during an internal investigation by the poultry producer. At this point, no illnesses have been reported but the eggs are being recalled as a precaution.
The eggs were distributed to Costco,Safeway, and Pack n’ Save stores in Northern California, as far south as Fresno, and western Nevada.
At Costco, the eggs were sold under the Kirkland Signature brand in cartons of 18 and will have the following expiration dates and plant codes on the bottom of the container: April 1 062 and 35 P1776; April 8 069 and 35 P1776.
The eggs were sold in Safeway and Pack n’ Save stores under the O Organic brand in cartons of 12, and will have the following expiration dates and plant codes on the bottom of the containers: April 1 062 and 35 P1776.
If you have purchased these eggs from Costco, Safeway or Pack n’ Save you should return them to the store where you bought them for a full refund. For more information, check out the recall webpage on the FDA website.