Cal-Maine Foods, Ohio Fresh Eggs Recall, 288,000 Eggs Recalled
Salmonella Found In Ohio Fresh Eggs In Cronton, OH: 288,000 Eggs Recalled
Another massive batch of eggs are being recalled. This time salmonella was found at a Cronton farm owned by Ohio Fresh Eggs.
No illnesses have been reported. According to Cal-Maine Foods, the Ohio Fresh eggs were distributed to food wholesalers and retailers in Arkansas, California, Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas.
Ohio Fresh Eggs sincerely regrets the error made on our farm, and we apologize to our customer and to consumers who may have purchased the eggs," the officials said. "We are redoubling our efforts to ensure thorough and ongoing training of our workers so that this situation is not repeated."
Cal-Maine Foods said the FDA told them about the positive sample.