Denmark – Risk of salmonella in fresh eggs

DVFA

DANÆG A / S recalls eggs from Danæg pakkeri aut.nr. DK7003 after finding salmonella at one producer. The recall only applies to eggs that on the egg after DK are stamped with 08113 as the last six digits. 

The producer in question has several separate stables, each with its own form of production, therefore the recall covers several types of products.

Recalled Foods , Published: October 30, 2021

What foods:
Free-range eggs: Stamped with 1DK081131
Best before until 16/11/2021 

Barn eggs: Stamped with 2DK081131
Best before until 11.16.2021 

Eggs from caged hens: Stamped with 3DK081131
Best before until 16/11/2021 

Sold in:
Spar, Meny, My Grocery, Letkøb, Løvbjerg, Nærkøb
Kvickly, SuperBrugsen, Fakta, COOP 365, DaligBrugsen, LokalBrugsen
Aldi, ABC Lavpris and on Nemlig.com.

Company recalling:
DANÆG A / S, pakkeri aut.nr. DK7003

Cause:
Risk of salmonella in the products. Read more about Salmonella here 

Risk:
There is a risk of infection with salmonella. You will not get sick from salmonella if the food has been properly heated and you have good cooking habits.
The symptoms are diarrhea, abdominal pain, fever, headache and perhaps nausea and vomiting. The disease can last from a few days to several weeks. If the disease becomes serious or lasts a long time, you can contact your own doctor or the emergency room.

Advice for consumers: The Danish
Veterinary and Food Administration advises consumers to deliver the product back to the store where it was purchased or to discard it.

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