Asda, Sainsbury's and Aldi share urgent warning as salmonella found in eggs – full list

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Asda, Sainsbury's and Aldi share urgent warning as salmonella found in eggs – full list

Salmonella is a bacteria that can cause vomiting, fever and abdominal cramps.

This only affects egg products that are sold in a small number of stores in England and Wales.

All packs at risk have the batch code of 1UK15270.

This is the full list of packs and date codes affected.

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Asda

Asda Large Free Range Eggs pack of 12

Best before: October 30, 2020

Aldi

Merevale Medium Free Range Eggs pack of six

Best before: November 4, 2020

Sainsbury’s

Medium Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s pack of six

Best before: October 30, 2020, November 5, 2020.

Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s pack of six

Best before: October 30, 2020, November 5, 2020.

Very Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s pack of six

Best before: October 30, 2020, November 1, 2020, November 5, 2020.

Medium Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s pack of 12

Best before: November 1, 2020, November 5, 2020.

Large Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s pack of 12

Best before: October 30, 2020, November 1, 2020, November 4, 2020, November 5, 2020.

Mixed Size Free Range Eggs by Sainsbury’s pack of 15

Best before: October 30, 2020

Basics Mixed Size Barn Eggs pack of 15

Best before: November 1, 2020

J. James Mixed Size Free Range Eggs pack of 10

Best before: November 1, 2020, November 5, 2020

Sainsbury’s has offered advice to customers asking them to cook the egg products thoroughly.

Alternatively, shoppers can return the items to stores for a refund.

A Sainsbury’s statement said: “Whilst the eggs are safe to consume if cooked thoroughly and handled correctly, customers wishing to return the affected batches to their nearest Sainsbury’s store may do so and will receive a full refund.”

The FSA also asked customers to cook the eggs properly to avoid getting ill.

Its website said: “As a precaution, consumers are advised to thoroughly cook the eggs listed in the table above, this means the egg yolks and whites should not be eaten runny. This will eliminate salmonella and avoid risk of illness.”

It also recommended storing eggs in the fridge, using them by the best before date, cleaning surfaces and equipment in contact with the eggs and washing hands when handling the eggs.

While customers do not need to return the products, the FSA explained shoppers who are concerned should contact the relevant retailer for more information on a refund.


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