Singapore Food Agency recalls eggs from Ukraine

The eggs were recalled due to Salmonella Enteritidis
calendar icon 11 August 2023
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The Singapore Food Agency detected the presence of Salmonella Enteritidis in eggs imported from LCC “Yasensvit” farm in Ukraine, according to a press release from the food safety authority.

The affected eggs can be identified by the stamp “CEUA001” on the eggs.

As Salmonella E. may cause food borne illness if contaminated food is consumed raw or undercooked, the food safety authority has issued the recall as a precautionary measure. 

The farm in Ukraine is also suspended and will not be allowed to export their eggs to Singapore. The suspension will be lifted when the farm rectifies the contamination. 

The Singapore Food Agency said the recall is ongoing. 

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