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Missouri Produced Eggs Linked to Salmonella


Good Earth Eggs produced in Bonne Terre, Missouri have been recalled due to a Salmonella contamination. Nearly a month ago, the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services discovered the Salmonella bacteria at the facility and required it to be closed and thoroughly cleaned. Customers who had purchased Good Earth Eggs were instructed to fully cook the eggs before consumption. Unfortunately, illnesses have been reported and linked to the contaminated eggs prompting the recall. Cartons sold in a variety of sizes that include the Sell By Date of 02/05/2016 are the specific eggs being recalled, and they are sold at several retailers in Missouri and Illinois. Individuals in possession of the recalled eggs are encouraged to discard the eggs and contact Good Earth Eggs for a replacement. Salmonella bacteria can cause serious illnesses and individuals that are experiencing symptoms of Salmonella should contact their doctor.

Numerous food products are recalled throughout the year. In 2015, there were several food items recalled for contaminations of Salmonella and Listeria. While each state and county have a health department that inspects the facilities where food is produced, illnesses are reported hundreds of times a year prompting recalls. If you have suffered an illness related to a food you have consumed, it can be aggravating to learn that the food you consumed was exposed to bacteria. The manufacturers of that food product can be held liable for the illness you have suffered by contacting a product liability attorney.

The St. Louis personal injury attorneys at Meyerkord & Kurth will investigate your food poisoning illness to determine who is liable. We will fight aggressively to hold the negligent party accountable for the damages you have sustained while supporting you during the process of the case. Our attorneys will take all necessary steps to obtain justice and recover the maximum compensation for your case. Contact us today for a free no-obligation consultation.

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