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Pregnant women CAN now eat runny eggs - but there's a catch

pregnant women can now eat runny eggs - but there's a catch
The 30-year ban is over
Nottingham Post Also reported by •Cornish GuardianThe CornishmanWest Briton

Children, pregnant women and the elderly can now safely eat runny eggs

children, pregnant women and the elderly can now safely eat runny eggs
The Food Standards Agency has said groups vulnerable to food poisoning can eat raw or lightly cooked eggs 30 years after the salmonella outbreak
Ely News Also reported by •Cambridge News

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Runny eggs are now safe for Pregnant women, infants and the elderly to eat, following new advice from the food safety watchdog.
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Runny eggs no longer dangerous but still utterly disgusting

BRITONS are not at risk of salmonella from eating runny eggs though they will still sicken anyone forced to watch, a watchdog has confirmed.
The Daily Mash

They've cracked it: Pregnant women and children safe to eat 'runny eggs' according to new advice - 30 years after Britain's salmonella scare

they've cracked it: pregnant women and children safe to eat 'runny eggs' according to new advice - 30 years after britain's salmonella scare
The Food Safety Agency (FSA) has revised its recommendation on raw eggs, 30 years after the UK salmonella crisis
Surrey Mirror Also reported by •Dorking Leatherhead Advertiser

There's new advice on eating runny eggs for young children and pregnant women

there's new advice on eating runny eggs for young children and pregnant women
The elderly and babies will also be able to eat the eggs under new Food Standards Agency advice
Wales Online

Runny eggs back on the menu for pregnant women and elderly as FSA relaxes rules after 30 years 


Telegraph.co.uk

It's finally safe to eat runny eggs again

it's finally safe to eat runny eggs again
Soft boiled eggs have come with a health warning since 1988, but efforts from farmers to eradicate the bug, which includes vaccinating the hens against salmonella, have eliminated the risk.
MailOnline

Graphic reveals exactly how long you should boil eggs for

graphic reveals exactly how long you should boil eggs for
If you like your yolk runny, cook eggs for four minutes. If you want the yolk and white fully set, cook for 10 minutes. The times only work if you take the pan off the heat after bringing eggs to the..
MailOnline

Runny eggs are safe for pregnant women, experts say

runny eggs are safe for pregnant women, experts say
The old warning that pregnant women should avoid raw or runny eggs should be withdrawn, health experts say.Pregnant women can safely eat lightly cooked or raw eggs produced in the UK, according to a..
Plymouth Herald Also reported by •MailOnlineIndependentguardian.co.uk

The British egg industry explains why runny eggs are now safe to eat

the british egg industry explains why runny eggs are now safe to eat
Mark Williams, chief executive of the British egg industry council, tells Radio 4's Today programme they are "absolutely delighted"
BBC News

Runny eggs are safe, experts say, 28 years after salmonella crisis

Fears over salmonella peaked in the late 1980s when two million chickens were slaughtered and pregnant women were told to avoid undercooked eggs
Telegraph.co.uk

Runny eggs ARE safe! Threat of salmonella is now so low that pregnant women can dip their soldiers again

runny eggs are safe! threat of salmonella is now so low that pregnant women can dip their soldiers again
The Food Standards Agency is set to change its official advice after scientists concluded the risk of contracting salmonella from UK eggs is now 'very low'.
MailOnline

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