Company can resume selling eggs after Arkansas defective product injury risks
December 2, 2010
We are always looking out for some defective product. Despite government efforts to keep defective products off store shelves and out of consumers’ hands, some products slip through the cracks.
You may recall earlier in the year a recall of eggs because of risks for Arkansas defective product injuries such as salmonella. The contaminated eggs were responsible for 1,800 sick patients and put consumers at risk for Arkansas defective product injuries, according to Arkansas Matters.
However, the company has now been given FDA approval to start selling eggs produced in two of its henhouses.
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