Subject: Organic Eggs Recalled
Organic Eggs Sold at Costco and Safeway Recalled
Eggs Could be Contaminated with Salmonella
den Dulk Poultry Farms of Ripon, CA., is voluntarily recalling their Organic brown eggs as a precaution because the eggs have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella. The recall was initiated after it was determined that the eggs in question tested positive for Salmonella during an internal investigation by den Dulk Poultry Farms.
The recalled eggs were distributed to Costco and Safeway in Northern California, as far South as Fresno, and in western Nevada.
Costco: The eggs are sold at Costco as Kirkland Organic Brown Eggs. They are packaged in 18 count cartons. Expiration dates and plant code can be found on the end of the carton and are written as follows: April 1 062 35 P1776; April 8 069 35 P1776.
Safeway: The eggs are sold at 71 Safeway and Pack n’ Save stores as O Organic Grade A Large Brown Eggs. They are packaged in one dozen (12 count) cartons. Expiration date and plant code can be found on the end of the carton and are written as follows: April 1 062, 35 P1776.
MARCH-22-09: Organic Eggs Sold at Costco and Safeway Recalled [FDA: DEN DULK ORGANIC EGGS RECALLED]