Ministries recall Spanish eggs

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February 12, 2016 04:15

 
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The Health and Agriculture ministries issued a recall on eggs imported from Spain after fears that they contain a strain of salmonella.

The eggs are marked with the code ES-5236, and a market date of February 6 and an expiration date of March 6. They have been removed from store shelves, though some may have already been purchased.

As a general precaution, the ministries said that eggs should be fully cooked before they are eaten.

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