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Pasteurized Eggs Become Popular Amid Bird Flu Concerns

LANSING, IL - MARCH 22: Juana Plascencia (L) and Neomi Morrales sort and remove damaged eggs after they have been pasteurized at the National Pasteurized Eggs (NPE) processing facility March 22, 2006 in Lansing, Illinois. NPE has significantly increased production in response to requests from U.S. and international retail and food service operators with concerns about the spread of Avian Flu. The pasteurization process destroys viruses including Avian Influenza, also known as bird flu and harmful bacteria including salmonella. (Photo by Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Pasteurized Eggs Become Popular Amid Bird Flu Concerns
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