ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. -- If you thought your eggs weren't among the millions recalled for possible salmonella contamination, you might want to check the refrigerator again.

Another recalled batch includes some 280,800 eggs from Cal-Maine Foods, which was purchased from Rose Acre Farms in North Carolina and re-packaged at the company's Dade City, Florida, location, according to the FDA.

Some of those might potentially be contaminated with salmonella and sold in Publix stores.

The affected Publix eggs are sold in packs of 18, extra large. It has UPC 0 41415 00966 0 with a best by of April 2 or April 3.

The lot numbers are P1359D 048A and P1359D 049A.

People who might have purchased the eggs are asked not to consume them and return them to the store for a refund. Customers can also contact Publix at 800-242-1227.

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