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The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) announced that Rose Acre Farms has recalled more than 200 million eggs because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.

Rose Acre Farms officials said they initiated the recall after at least 22 people became sick on the East Coast. The illnesses were traced back to the Seymour, IN, company’s egg production farm in Hyde County, NC, which produces 2.3 million eggs a day from 3 million hens.

The FDA said in its statement that it is involved in an investigation that has included an inspection of the facility and interviews of the victims.

The potentially contaminated eggs from the Hyde County farm reached consumers in nine states: Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. The eggs were delivered to retail stores and restaurants.

The affected eggs come from plant number P-1065 with the Julian date range of 011 through date of 102 printed on the package. The brand names, with UPC codes, are as follows:

Item description Carton UPC
COUNTRY DAYBREAK A LARGE X 30 DOZEN 077236000302
COUNTRY DAYBREAK A LARGE X15 DOZEN 077236000302
COUNTRY DAYBREAK A JUMBO X24 DOZEN 077236000500
COUNTRY DAYBREAK A MEDIUM X30 DOZEN 077236000203
COUNTRY DAYBREAK A XLARGE X30 DOZEN 077236000401
COUNTRY DAYBREAK A JUMBO X12 DOZEN 077236000500
FOOD LION A JUMBO X 12 DOZEN 035826089618
FOOD LION A MEDIUM X15 DOZEN 035826089649
FOOD LION A XLARGE X 15 DOZEN 035826089625
FOOD LION A 18PK LARGE X15 DOZEN 035826089601
FOOD LION A LARGE X15 DOZEN 035826089588
FOOD LION A 6PK LARGE X 15 DOZEN 035826089632
LOOSE A USDA SMALL X 30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE A USDA MEDIUM X 30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE A XLARGE X15 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE A XLARGE X30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE A MEDIUM X 15 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE A MEDIUM X30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE USDA AA XLARGE X30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE USDA AA XLARGE X15 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE USDA AA LARGE X30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE USDA AA LARGE X15 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE USDA AA MEDIUM X30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE AA XLARGE X30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE USDA AA LARGE PFG X 30 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE USDA AA LARGE PFG X 15 DOZEN N/A
LOOSE USDA A XLARGE X30 DOZEN N/A
NELMS A JUMBO X24 634181000018
WAFFLE HOUSE LOOSE USDA A LARGE X 30 DOZEN N/A
CRYSTAL FARMS A MEDIUM X30 077236000203
CRYSTAL FARMS A 18PK MEDIUM X 30 077236000258
CRYSTAL FARMS A 2.5 DOZ MEDIUM X 25 077236000124
COUNTRY DAYBREAK A XLARGE X15 DOZEN 077236000401
COUNTRY DAYBREAK USDA GRADE A XLARGE X 240 DOZEN PULP 077236700400
COUNTRY DAYBREAK USDA GRADE A LARGE RACK X 240 DOZEN PULP 077236700301
COBURN FARMS A MEDIUM MP X 30 DOZEN 051933182608
COBURN FARMS A LARGE X 30 DOZEN 051933190801
COBURN FARMS A 18PK LARGE X 30 DOZEN 051933182509
SUNSHINE FARMS A JUMBO X 12 DOZEN 804879457336
GLENVIEW USDA AA LOOSE LARGE (6-2.5 FLATS) X 15 DOZEN N/A
GLENVIEW USDA AA LOOSE LARGE (12-2.5 FLATS) X 30 DOZEN N/A
GLENVIEW USDA AA LOOSE MEDIUM (6-2.5 FLATS) X 15 DOZEN N/A
GLENVIEW USDA AA LOOSE XLARGE (6-2.5 FLATS) X 15 DOZEN N/A
GLENVIEW USDA AA LOOSE MEDIUM (12-2.5 FLATS) X 30 DOZEN N/A
GLENVIEW USDA AA LOOSE XLARGE (12-2.5 FLATS) X 30 DOZEN N/A
GREAT VALUE GRADE A USDA 18PK XLARGE X 24 DOZEN RPC 078742127132
GREAT VALUE GRADE A USDA 12PK XLARGE X 24 DOZEN RPC 078742127128
GREAT VALUE GRADE A USDA TWIN 18PK LARGE X 24 DOZEN RPC 078742127101
GREAT VALUE GRADE A USDA 6PK LARGE X 15 DOZEN 078742127095
GREAT VALUE GRADE A USDA 12PK MEDIUM X 15 DOZEN 078742127224
GREAT VALUE GRADE A USDA 12PK LARGE X 24 DOZEN RPC 078742127071
GREAT VALUE GRADE A USDA 18PK LARGE X 24 DOZEN RPC 078742127088
GREAT VALUE GRADE A 12PK JUMBO X 22 DOZEN RPC 078742127149
GREAT VALUE GRADE A USDA 5DZ LARGE X 5 DOZEN 078742127118
Rose Acres Farms eggs

The FDA announced that Rose Acre Farms has recalled more than 200 million eggs because they might be contaminated with Salmonella. More than 22 illnesses have been reported on the East Coast.

Rose Acre Farms eggs:
Salmonella information

Salmonella bacteria are responsible for as many as 1 million foodborne illnesses in the U.S. yearly, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The bacteria produce an illness called salmonellosis, which affects the intestinal tract.

Salmonellosis can develop from 12 hours to three days after eating food contaminated with Salmonella. As with most types of food poisoning, symptoms – which usually last up to a week – can include:

  • diarrhea
  • abdominal pain and vomiting
  • fever and chills.

Most people recover without treatment. Sometimes, however, diarrhea can become so severe that hospitalization is necessary.

The CDC estimates that of those 1 million annual cases, 19,000 will need hospitalization, and approximately 380 will end in death.

Salmonella complications
People most at risk for complications are children younger than 5, pregnant women, senior citizens, and people with weakened immune systems.

Complications can occur when the Salmonella bacteria enter the bloodstream. If that happens, complications can produce:

  • meningitis: inflammation of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord.
  • endocarditis: infection of the heart’s inner lining, usually involving the heart valves.
  • osteomyelitis: bone inflammation that usually targets the legs, arms, or spine.
  • reactive arthritis (also called Reiter’s syndrome): a form of inflammatory arthritis that develops in response to a Salmonella infection in another part of the body.

Pregnancies at risk
Pregnant women must be especially vigilant. They are at a higher risk for contracting salmonellosis because their immune systems are suppressed (hormonal changes). A pregnant woman who becomes ill from Salmonella can suffer a miscarriage, go into premature labor, or experience stillbirth.