The Ministry of health and of agriculture published February 11, warning to the population regarding the purchase and consumption of eggs imported from Spain.
The report said that laboratory tests confirmed that the batch of eggs labeled ES5236 contaminated with Salmonella. The shelf life of these eggs in the fridge expires on 6 March.
The party, which was discovered Salmonella had to be sold before February 6, and after this period had to be removed from the shelves.
Although in shops the infected eggs should not be, they can be kept by consumers, so the Ministry of health recommends that people should eat eggs only after heat treatment, and not to use them in their raw form.