Another Egg Recall Over Salmonella Fears

Eggs for sale in Port Stephens have been recalled over a possible salmonella contamination.

The NSW Food Authority recalled the brand, 'Port Stephens Eggs' on Monday.

The products are Port Stephens Eggs Country Fresh Eggs Just Free to Range Eggs, 700g, cardboard box and Port Stephens Eggs 12 Free Range Eggs Jumbo, 800g, cardboard box.

The recall affects products with a best before date up to and including June 8, 2019, and the eggs are stamped with 'NSW 219'.

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The brand is sold at local butchers, independent supermarkets and retailers in Port Stephens on the NSW coast.

The Authority said a potential salmonella contamination was behind the recall.

Image: NSW Food Authority

Anyone who has bought the eggs should return them to the place of purchase for a full refund.

Consumers who are concern about their health should also seek medical advice.