Grocery shopping will require more vigilance, as Canada faces another egg recall due to a risk of salmonella.
The Canadian Food Inspection Agency announced on November 21 that several brands of various-sized eggs in Quebec were at risk of potentially making people sick.
This included products from Les Œufs Richard Eggs Inc., Nutri, and no name. The full list is available on the CFIA website.
Cartons containing anywhere from 12 to 30 eggs with specific best before dates should either be discarded or returned to the store where they were purchased.
The CFIA triggered this recall through its own testing and is conducting a food safety investigation, which may lead to other products being taken off shelves.
There have not been any reported illnesses connected to these items.
If you suspect that you have become sick after eating any of these eggs, call your doctor immediately.
This is the second recall of eggs in Canada due to possible salmonella, with several brands in the Atlantic provinces being pulled back in October.