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Egg Noodles Recalled for Salmonella Contamination

Real Taste Noodle Manufacture of Chicago, IL announced that the company is recalling its “Egg Noodle” product for possible Salmonella contamination because the egg noodles were made with recalled eggs.  

The egg noodles subject to recall were distributed to restaurants and grocery wholesalers by pick up or delivery between June 12 and Aug. 25.  The noodles were sold in 5-pound bags, with 10 bags per case.  

The company has not received any reports of illness associated with its products.   According to About-Salmonella.com, symptoms of Salmonella gastroenteritis include diarrhea, abdominal cramps, fever, nausea, and/or vomiting. In mild cases diarrhea may be non-bloody, occur several times per day, and not be very voluminous; in severe cases it may be frequent, bloody and/or mucoid, and of high volume.

Anyone who purchased egg noodles from Real Taste Noodle Manufacture between June and August is encouraged to return noodles that have not been used for full credit.  Consumers with questions may contact Real Taste Noodle Manufacture at (312) 738-1893.

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