Salmonella covered eggs are still in the news, and we're getting scared. When can we eat them again? This is worse than waiting for pumpkin pie to come in season.
If you're thinking about biting into a recalled egg, here are some images that will make you think twice.
If your friends are ignoring egg warnings, tell them about the wonderful conditions the egg was made in:
Or think about how the employees keep the eggs clean.
And hens have the healthiest lifestyle. They never get infections in factory farms.
Once eggs have made it home, no need to check to see if it was recalled. After all, your friend never checked eggs before for imperfections like blood.
Why not bite into an egg? Just two will help you overshoot your recommended daily cholestoral intake.
And no worries if he/she was in Europe at the time. The US (pictured orange) is the largest exporter of eggs worldwide, but it probably didn't reach your friend.
Tell them to relax. Chances are, he/she has been eating cage free eggs all along...right?
What can you do?
Strike while the iron is hot. People are starting to wonder what the benefits of cage-free and organic eggs are, so educate your community .
Get involved with a project  that combats factory farms.
Can't stand to see animal cruelty? Report it! 
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