Egg recall numbers: Here’s the egg recall list

The egg recall now includes new facilities. Here’s what you need to know.

The egg recall brand from Iowa that has initiated the action has expanded the egg recall list, and it includes more plants now.

This is more important than the Dr. Laura N word scandal, so you just might want to read on…

Wright County Egg officials suggest you recheck your eggs, even if you did so after the 1st announcement and they were not included in the recall then. Each egg carton has a P, then a number, at the end. The number after the P stands for the plant where the eggs come from. If the number is P1720 or P1942, here’s what you do next.

You look at the three-digit number that comes after the above number. If that number is a number between 136 and 229, those eggs are part of the recall. The number represents the day of the year when the eggs came out of the plant (136 is May 16, the 136th day of the year).

If it's the 1st time you check, add P1026, P1413 and P1946 to the above instructions, followed by numbers ranging from 136 to 225.

If they fall under any of these, the eggs should be taken back to the store for a full refund.


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