Do free range chicken eggs also have the salmonella danger?
Since they don't eat meat I just wondered?
Free range chicken eggs are not free from salmonella risks.
I dont know the answer but that picture is just so funny! haha
That something is perceived to be healthier than similar versions does not eliminate it's susceptibility to bacterial or viral contamination. All meat and dairy products have the potential to spread salmonella, and can do so when improperly stored and handled.
There is always a certain level of risk for salmonella, but studies have shown that industrial, mass-produced poultry products have a higher risk for bacterial contamination.
I recommend viewing the documentary film "Food Inc." if you have not already done so. It's an eye-opener with regard to the problems that industrial farming has caused.
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