Monday, September 27, 2010

SafeEgg and Salmonellosis

I went to Cold Storage as usual yesterday to stock up next week's fresh veges. While approaching LTK Omega Plus at the egg shelves, a sales person came by and recommended the SafeEgg. I saw it in Tv commercials, magazines and all but never think of purchasing it. High quality means high value means more money. Ya ya.. Nak beli telur pun kedekut kan.. :p

SafeEgg uses Korean Technology in producing pasteurized eggs that are super clean. (Err.. Well, near to that :D) Pasteurized eggs are eggs that have been pasteurized in order to reduce the possibility of food-borne-illnesses (especially Salmonellosis) in dishes that are not cooked or lightly cooked. And this reminds me of dear husband. Ooh.. He's a number one fan of half boiled eggs!
There are 2 types of SafeEgg packaging which is the normal one (orange cover) and the DHA added (green cover). I took home the DHA added to give it a try.
I received a call from beloved mama last month asking me to read an article of How Does Salmonella Get Inside Eggs in Yahoo! website. If you still remember, United States was shaken with the Salmonellosis outbreak those time. Frankly speaking, only then I realized how vital is chicken poop on-the-egg-shells to us!

According to Wikipedia, Salmonellas may develop diarrhea, fever, vomiting and abdominal cramps. The treatment may vary from intravenous fluids to medications and antibiotics. Each person will receive different kind of treatments due to the various stage of the immune system. And don't be surprise fellas, it may starts with a slight fever.. To long-lasting disabling effects!

Thank you SafeEgg for coming over to Malaysia.
Now there's a safer way for Mr. Man to have his half boiled omega every day!


4 comments:

  1. japanese loves to eat raw egg yet they have been healthy always. they have been doing that for ages. xde plak dgr keracunan ke apa ke. semua benda nk ditopped kan dgn raw eggs. aku pn dh terikut2 but baru buat 2 3 kali je. mebi sbb xbiasa. bau pn xhanyir kalau makan raw. nk mkn raw pun kena mkn b4 expired date dia which is tahan about a week je. after that kena masak. but im sure their egg is not the same as in other places. what more they are very health conscious. but this is in japan only. kalau kt tmpt lain wajib masak dulu telur tu! :D

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  2. hamboi hamboi.. apesal mkn raw egg ni ina. ko mkn dgn honey eh. aiseyyy.. bese kaum2 hubby je make that as routine. haha :D kt 1st world country mmg la ina. jgn2 drg accreditate sbijik2 dlu sblm they're out to the market. huhu.. but things happen kn. mcm US tu. ntah which part of the flow yg oversee, trus jadk outbreak! huhu.. rule of thumb, basoh telo besih2 b4 msk fridge. insyaAllah slamat.. :)

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  3. baru teringat nk tgk blk komen ni. eh japanese yg kecik smpi ke tua mkn raw egg okay. mkn dgn steak, dgn noodle, dgn pizza etc. diorg suka buat mcm topping gitu. bkn org laki je okay. btw diorg dh turun temurun mkn mcm tu. i dont know mcm mana dia check telur2 tu tp dh tinggal among japanese i really know how teliti they can be. they keep researching and improvising everything. but yes... teknologi hebat mana pun kalau dh nk jadi kan. manusia tetap ada flaws. maka aku tetap basuh dulu telur. owh b4 i forgot. telur dia lain tau xsama. makan raw pun sedap. again... kt jepun jela. jgn buat kt tempat lain haha :D

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  4. eeeeii... sume bnde jadik topping gtu? x lalu la aku! :O yeke lain rs telur die.. nt ko blk mesia bwk blk la sebijik. aku nk rasa la. hehehe. telur die kale ape eh? puteh bersih mcm kt us, uk etc tu ke?

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