August 18, 2010 by staff
Egg Recall, The Food and Drug Administration has advised the use of pasteurized shell eggs and liquid to help retailers and food service restaurants, along with consumers, to prevent the spread of salmonellosis related to egg-enteritdis dangerous (SE .) The announcement can be downloaded from http://www.fda.gov/Food/NewsEvents/WhatsNewinFood/ucm222684.htm.
The recommendation was made amid reports of a massive recall of eggs and a CDC report that since May 2010, there has been a fourfold increase in the number of Salmonella enteritidis isolates identified at the national level, through PulseNet, the national network of sub-types of state and local public health laboratories and federal laboratories in food regulation. According to the CDC, which received reports of approximately 200 cases each week for SE end of June and early July. Normally, the CDC has received an average of 50 reports of illnesses each week during the past five years.
Davidson’s Pasteurized Shell Eggs (www.safeeggs.com) produced by National Pasteurized eggs are salmonella-free dangerous. NPE pasteurized eggs through an all-natural, proprietary process recognized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to inactivate Salmonella and Avian Influenza Virus. The company is the largest producer of pasteurized eggs, and their products are used by leaders of U.S. industry in the restaurant, hotel, health and educational arenas.
“Our eggs are free of salmonella and to buy them and use, you never have to worry about bringing salmonella in your kitchen,” said Greg West, president of the NPE. “Providers of Food Services and chefs at home alike must be aware of the harm that Salmonella can cause anyone, but especially children, the elderly, pregnant women and those with compromised immune systems.”
West said the company has more than pasteurized eggs 1 billion. The Safer Choice Davidson brand can be found in an increasing number of major retailers nationwide, along with independent shops.
For more information or to find a dealer, visit www.safeeggs.com.
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