November 2, 1999Hi Point Industries,
L.L.C. Recalls Certain Lots of Liquid Pasteurized Whole Eggs
Norco, CA (SafetyAlerts) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
today reported that Hi Point Industries, L.L.C. has recalled certain Liquid Pasteurized
Whole Eggs because the product is contaminated with Salmonella C-1.
The recalled "Liquid Pasteurized
Whole Eggs" were distributed in white colored square shaped plastic buckets with a
paper label affixed to the exterior of the bucket containing 30 pounds of the product and
in plastic drums of approximately 55-gallon volume size with black plastic lids with each
drum containing 450 pounds of the product.
This recall was initiated by the
company on July 21, 1999 by telephone. This is the first notice the FDA has issued
to the general public of the recall. This recall is considered to be completed by
Over 41,000 pounds of the egg product
was distributed in California. They can be identified by the lot number 196-9 that
reflects product manufactured on 7/15/99
Questions concerning this recall may
be directed to the FDA at 1-888-INFO-FDA
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