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Recall of dried egg products expanded

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Nutriom LLC, a Lacey, Wash. establishment, has expanded a food recall. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Monday that the company is recalling an additional 82,884 pounds of processed egg products that may be contaminated with Salmonella.

The recall expansion includes the products listed below.

The following products were shipped to co-packers for incorporation into consumer-size packages:
• 3,884-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the lot code "H0613-B"
• 1,989-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the lot code "I0413-A"
• 958-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the lot code "I0413-A"
• 4,422-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the lot code "L1713-A"

The following products were packaged in consumer-sized packages:
• 1.75-lb. packs of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with lot code 2814-A and the Julian dates "0374," "0384," "2683" and "2693"
• 66-gram spray bottles of "Bak-Klene Egg Wash" with the lot code "L1013A"
• 1.17-lb. packs of "OvaEasy UGRA, Reduced Cholesterol" with the Julian dates "3228," "3229," "3230," "3231," "3281," "3282," "3283," "3284," "3337," "3338," "3339" and "3340"
• 4.5-oz. cans of "OvaEasy Whole Plain Egg" with the Julian date "2883"
• 571-gram packs of "Vitovo Low Fat" with the Julian date "3193"
• 1.1-lb. bags of "OvaEasy Boil-in-Bag UGR, Heat & Serve (HS)" with the Julian dates "3188"
• 2-oz. packs of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the Julian dates "0074," "0084," "0094," "0354," "0364," "0374," "2243," "2253," "3463," "3473" and "3483"
• 66-gram spray bottles of "Panera Egg Wash" with the Julian dates "0144," "0154," "0164," "0174," "0214," "0224," "0234," "0244," "0284," "0294," "0304" and "0314"
• 2-oz. pack of "Wise Company, Wise Blend" with the Julian date "0943"

On Feb. 15, 2014, the company recalled 226,710 pounds of processed egg products. To read the recall release, click here. The following products listed below were included in the initial recall.

The following products were shipped to co-packers for incorporation into consumer-size packages:
• 1,383-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Boil-in-Bag Egg Mix, Butter Flavor" with the lot code "C0513-A"
• 2,540-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the lot code "B1913-A"
• 2,409-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the lot code "B1913-B"
• 4,712-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the lot code "E0713-A,B"
• 1,265-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Boil-in-Bag, Heat and Serve" with the lot code "F1813-A"
• 4,155-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the lot code "I1113-A"
• 6,132-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg, Cage Free" with the lot code "J2913-A"
• 9,345-lb. super sack of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg, Cage Free" with the lot code "A1414-A"

The following products were packaged in consumer-sized packages:
• 3.06-lb. bags of "OvaEasy Boil-in-Bag Egg Mix, Butter Flavor" with the Julian dates "3074" and "3075"
• 2.34-lb. bags of "OvaEasy Boil-in-Bag, Reduced Cholesterol" with the Julian dates "3122," "3123," "3124," "3127," "3128" and "3129"
• 4.5-oz. cans of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the Julian date "2903," "1343" and "2893"
• 4-oz. bags of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the Julian dates "0853" and "0863"
• 4.5-oz. bags of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the Julian dates "0853," "0863" and "0873"
• 1.75-lb. packs of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the Julian dates "0813," "1083,"  "1093," "1433," "1443," "1573," "1723," "2063," "2163," "2173," "2183" "2243," "2253," "2183," "2533," "2543," "2553," "2563," "2623," "2633,""2673," "2683," "2693" and "2703"
• 3.2-oz. bags of "Wise Company, Wise Blend" with the Julian dates "0953" and "0993"
• 2-oz. packs of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the Julian dates "2073," "2063," "2163," "2603," "2613" "2903," "2913," "2953," "2963," "3173" and "3183"
• 3.2-oz. packs of "Wise Company, Wise Blend" with the Julian dates "1133," "1143," "1153," "1163" and "1353"
• 1.17-lb. bags of "OvaEasy UGRA Boil-in-Bag, Reduced Cholesterol" with the Julian dates "3129," "3130" and "3137"
• 1.75-lb. packs of "OvaEasy" with the Julian dates "2163," "2173," "2183" and "2243"
• 4.5-oz. packs of "OvaEasy Plain Whole Egg" with the Julian date "2563"
• 1.1-lb. packs of "OvaEasy UGR H&S" with the Julian dates "3173," "3174," "3175," "3177," "3178," "3179," "3180," "3181," "3182," "3183," "3194," "3195," "3196," "3197," "3198" and "3199"
• 1.1-lb. packs of "G0213-A UGR H&S" with the Julian dates "3186," "3187," "3189," "3190" and "3191"
• 128-gram packs of "Egg Crystal, Sea Salt and Pepper" with the Julian date "3033"
• 128-gram packs of "Egg Crystal, Sausage and Herb" with the Julian date "3043"
• 1.17-lb. packs of "OvaEasy UGR-A Reduced Cholesterol" with the Julian dates "3141," "3142," "3148," "3149" and "3150"
• 3-oz. packs of "eFoods Plain Whole Egg" with the Julian dates of "3173" and "3183"

According to a news release from the USDA, the dried egg products in the recall expansion were produced from Jan. 2013 through Jan. 2014, and bear the establishment number "INSPECTED EGG PRODUCTS PLANT 21493G" inside the USDA Mark of Inspection. These products were shipped nationwide and to U.S. military installations in the United States and abroad, and to Mexico.

That release also states: "Consumption of food contaminated with Salmonella can cause salmonellosis, one of the most common bacterial foodborne illnesses. The most common symptoms of salmonellosis are diarrhea, abdominal cramps and fever within 12 to 72 hours after eating the contaminated product. The illness usually lasts 4 to 7 days. Most people recover without treatment. In some persons, however, the diarrhea may be so severe that the patient needs to be hospitalized. Older adults, infants and persons with weakened immune systems are more likely to develop a severe illness. Individuals concerned about an illness should contact their health care provider.

FSIS advises all consumers to safely prepare and consume egg products that have been cooked to a temperature of 160° F. The only way to confirm that egg products are cooked to a temperature high enough to kill harmful bacteria is to use a food thermometer that measures internal temperature, http://1.usa.gov/1cDxcDQ."

 

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