Rose Acre Farms of Seymour, Ind., is voluntarily recalling 206,749,248 eggs because they could be contaminated with salmonella.
The recall covers egg cartons that have the plant number P-1065 and Julian date ranges of 011 through 102.
Since the recall, only one local food store has confirmed that it does not receive eggs from the affected distributors.
At least 22 illnesses have been reported so far, the FDA said Friday.
The New York Times noted at the time of the 2010 egg recall that Salmonella enteritidis in chicken eggs first appeared in the 1970s and 80s, although the "why?" and "how?" aren't exactly clear. Food is the source for about 1 million of these illnesses.
The FDA says its investigators worked with state health officials to trace a number of recent salmonella infections to egg dishes - and eventually linked them to the Rose Acre Farms location in North Carolina. To date, no deaths have been reported in association with this outbreak. The possibly tainted eggs were distributed from the farm between January 11 and April 12. The company's eggs are distributed to retailers and restaurants in the Carolinas, Colorado, Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia.
Residents in those states should look for the brand names affected, which include County Daybreak, Crystal Farms, Coburn Farms, Sunshine Farms, Glenview, Great Value, and those sold under the Food Lion retail banner.
People with salmonella may develop symptoms such as fever, diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal pain. The bacteria can also cause arterial infections, endocarditis and arthritis on rare occasions.
Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News.
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