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Playing it Safe with Eggs

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Uploaded on Sep 14, 2011

Fresh eggs must be handled carefully to avoid the possibility of foodborne illness. Even eggs with clean, uncracked shells may occasionally contain bacteria called Salmonella that can cause an intestinal infection. FDA has put regulations in place to help prevent contamination of eggs on the farm and during shipping and storage. But consumers play a key role in preventing illness associated with eggs. The most effective way to prevent egg-related illness is by knowing how to buy, store, handle and cook eggs — or foods that contain them — safely. [vpfood]

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