At least three people have come down with salmonella poisoning after purchasing eggs from a popular supermarket.
The infection is believed to have come from eggs bought in the Melbourne suburb of Werribee.
The Weekly Times reported the eggs were supplied from farms in New South Wales.
However, a spokesman for the NSW Department of Primary Industries disputed those claims.
‘There is no evidence to suggest the reported illnesses in Victoria are connected to NSW eggs, or even eggs. The matter is an active investigation being undertaken by Victorian authorities.
‘There are no current recalls of eggs in NSW and no warnings with regards to eggs.’