(Indianapolis, Ind.) - Another Iowa company is recalling eggs, and the Indiana State Department of Health wants you to check the refrigerator to be sure you don't have any of them.
The latest recall is from Hillandale Farms because the eggs have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella.
Eggs were recalled in 14 states, including Indiana.
The affected eggs were sold under the brand names Hillandale Farms, Sunny Farms and Sunny Meadow. They have plant numbers P1860 followed by dates ranging from 099 to 230 and P1663 with dates 137 to 230.
If you have those numbers on your eggs, return them to the store for a refund.
“I urge Hoosiers to check any shell eggs at home to verify they are not part of the national shell egg recall, especially now it has expanded,” said Scott Gilliam, food protection manager at the Indiana State Department of Health. “We are working closely with our federal and local partners on the recall and will report any new developments, as they occur. In the meantime, the public should continue monitoring the news for updates.”
Indiana State Department of Health - www.statehealth.in.gov