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Three brands recall eggs over salmonella risk

Three Finnish firms have recalled eggs because they might be contaminated with salmonella, according to the Finnish Food Authority. 

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Eggs were recalled by three firms on Friday. Image: Pasi Takkunen / Yle

Eggs branded as Kieku, Kesko's Pirkka brand and Kotimaista by S-Grouphave been pulled from shelves.

Packs of ten free range Kotimaista eggs are part of the recall, as are ten-egg and six-egg packs of free range Pirkka eggs.

Kieku has also added its Kieku-branded four-egg packs to the recall. All the eggs are from a farm where salmonella was found in samples, and were packed at a Kieku plant.

The risk of salmonella contamination only affects eggs with the production code 2FI15464. More details on the recall, and pictures of the recalled products, are available on the Kieku website.

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