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Singapore Recalls Imported Eggs over SE


The Straits Times has reported that the Singapore Food Agency has recalled eggs imported from Malaysia following detection of Salmonella Enteritidis.  The eggs were supplied by the Lay Hong Bhd. Farm and Linggi Agriculture Bhd. Four importers are now obligated to recall eggs bearing the specific farm codes imprinted by jet printer.  According to the news item, the pathogen was isolated from shells since eggs are unwashed, although it is unclear whether SE was obtained from egg contents.


The Domestic Trade and Consumers Affairs Ministry of Malaysia is apparently monitoring the situation and assessing the impact on egg supply to the domestic market in collaboration with the Veterinary Services Department and Health Ministry of Malaysia.

Dep. Minister Datuk Nawi of Malasia
Claims Implicated Farm Free of SE