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New Lebanon farm issues voluntary recall of eggs

Kenneth Miller Farms is voluntarily recalling shell eggs for a possible Salmonella contamination. (MGNonline)

NEW LEBANON, OH - An Ohio family farm is voluntarily recalling shell eggs for a possible Salmonella contamination. Kenneth Miller Farms in New Lebanaon said the eggs were sold to Lucky's Taproom & Eatery and the Mudlick Tavern.

The recall come after the Ohio Department of Agriculture collected samples that tested positive for Salmonella. Kenneth Miller Farms supplies Lucky's Taproom with eggs, the popular Oregon District restaurant had to shut its doors earlier this month after dozens of customers became sickened. Tests later revealed that mayonnaise made locally tested positive for Salmonella.

Kenneth Miller Farms said customers who recently purchased eggs from the farm can return them for a full refund. Anyone with questions or concerns can call the farm directly at (937) 696-2733.

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