Despite Recall Of Millions Of Eggs People Are Still Getting Salmonella

So far, 35 people in nine states have gotten sick, including 12 recently, as part of a salmonella outbreak tied to millions of eggs that have since been recalled. The eggs were from the Hyde County Farm, a facility in North Carolina owned by Rose Acre Farms of Seymour, Indiana. The company voluntarily recalled the eggs, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. About 64% of the people who have gotten sick said they had consumed the eggs in a restaurant. The eggs were sold under at least 10 brand names and have the plant number P-1065 on the carton. To avoid getting sick, don't eat eggs that are undercooked. Both the yolk and the white should be firm.