Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Salmonella in Eggs - Check your eggs!

I'm a bit late posting this, but in case you haven't heard, MORE eggs were recalled last week due to the presence of Salmonella.

Here's what you need to know:

The recalled eggs are stamped with code  ES5236 (ES is the import code, these eggs are from Spain)
They have a sell by date of 6/2
They have a use by date (if refrigerated) of 6/3 

You won't find these eggs in stores any longer, but some of you may have them in your refrigerator. Please check your eggs before you eat them! If you have eggs that were recalled, you should be able to return them to the store where purchased.

This post is a follow up to last month's post about eggs from Spain.
For more information about Israel's egg importation, see that post (click here).


  1. Why in the world are we importing eggs? Aren't we producing enough of our own?

    1. Apparently the local production is not enough to meet the current demand for eggs.


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