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Seven Brits are struck with salmonella food poisoning linked to eggs

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Seven Brits are struck with salmonella food poisoning linked to eggs used in drink popular among ‘healthy eaters’

Seven Britons have fallen ill with salmonella food poisoning linked to liquid egg whites imported from France.

The Dr Zak’s Barn Farmed Liquid Egg White is popular with people on a calorie-controlled diet or trying to eat healthily.

The product is French but the eggs come from Spain, where problems of salmonella contamination on farms have led to food poisoning outbreaks in the past. 

Britons have fallen ill with salmonella food poisoning linked to imported liquid egg whites

Britons have fallen ill with salmonella food poisoning linked to imported liquid egg whites

There have been seven confirmed cases of salmonella poisoning in the UK and one suspected infection is under investigation in Ireland.

Public Health England said: ‘Anyone who has purchased this product is encouraged to check the recall notices issued by the Food Standards Agency.’

The product is French but the eggs come from Spain, where problems of salmonella contamination on farms have led to food poisoning outbreaks in the past

The product is French but the eggs come from Spain, where problems of salmonella contamination on farms have led to food poisoning outbreaks in the past

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