The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced recently that 12 lots more people in five states have become ill from salmonella.
So far, there's one reported case in Nj.
The outbreak has been associated with eggs generated by Rose Acre Farms' Hyde County Farm, based on the CDC. Because of this, the CDC is encouraging men and women to not consume eggs with the farm, and then to either return eggs these have bought or throw them away.
Eggs with the farm are available under several brands including Coburn Farms, Country Daybreak, Food Lion, Glenview, Great Value, Nelms, Publix, Sunshine Farms and Sunups. People are asked to look into the plant variety of P-1065 to the cartons, or a plant number of P-1359D for the Publix and Sunups eggs. The cartons can also get a Julian Date of 048A or 049A for your Publi and Sunups eggs, or possibly a Julian date between 011 and 102 for your other brands. The eggs will also gain a best by date of between April 2 3.
The Nj case was reported within the first announcement concerning the outbreak on April 16. To this point, 35 people have been infected in nine states. Away from the 35 cases, 11 have contributed to people being hospitalized, but no deaths have already been reported. Virginia and New york city develop the most number of reported cases with eight each, while Pennsylvania has five cases so far, and Vermont has five.
The Salmonella outbreak came together for an E. coli outbreak who has led to 121 people getting sick in 25 states. One death may be belonging to the E. coli outbreak also.