(WASHINGTON) -- The Food and Drug Administration is allowing one of the two companies involved in the nationwide egg recall over salmonella to begin shipping eggs again.
Hillandale Farms has been authorized to start shipping eggs from three of its egg producing hen houses. The FDA says these three houses have undergone extensive testing, and there is no evidence of salmonella contamination.
Meanwhile, Wright County Eggs, the other company at the center of the recall, is still prohibited from shipping eggs. The FDA has sent the company, which has a long history of violations, a warning letter that finds "serious deviations" from the administration's egg safety regulations. It also finds that the company's eggs have not been prepared, packed or held under sanitary conditions.
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