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Shell eggs recalled; linked to Salmonella outbreak

Kenneth Miller Farms is recalling an unknown volume of shell eggs after Ohio officials linked them to a Salmonella enteritidis outbreak initially linked to house-made mayonnaise at Lucky’s Taproom. The recall notice about the eggs from the New Lebanon, OH, farm states the shell eggs were sold direct to consumers and to Lucky’s Taproom and... Continue Reading
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