NSW Health now report a total of 167 cases of Salmonella Enteritidis since the strain was first detected in May 2018.
The outbreak is linked to contaminated eggs. The ongoing investigation into the outbreak have resulted in the following products to be recalled: Southern Highland Organic Eggs 300g (6 pack) and Southern Highland Organic Eggs 700g (12 pack).
The Best Before dates on the cartons are all dates up to and including 9 May 2019.
Consumers are advised they should not eat the eggs and to dispose of them in the garbage or return them to your place of purchase for a full refund. Proof of purchase is not required for recalled products.
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