In the light of the massive recall, are Organic eggs safe to eat?
Michele Jay Russell, a food safety specialist at the University of California-Davis says salmonella don't discriminate between large, industrial and small cage free or even organic farms.
Russell says "chickens are outside and salmonella is not uncommon in a backyard or pasture. You have risk there that they're going to come across feces and wildlife and potentially be infected."
The USDA recently did a study that found most of the time organic eggs are also no healthier.
Doctor russell says what it comes down to is personal preference. Some people like buying fresh, locally, produced products.
Others might value the low cost of conventional ones. The bottom line, she says--- if you're concerned, try to learn who you're buying from.
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