So far, South Carolina has managed to avoid the nationwide recall of tainted eggs.
However, state officials continue to closely monitor the situation, said Stephen Hudson, spokesman for the S.C. Department of Agriculture.
“We’ve not seen any of them here, at least, not yet,” Hudson said.
A few local grocers are letting consumers know the eggs they sell are safe.
Signs reading “Eggs that Bi-Lo carries are not involved in the recall” are posted at the egg cases of its Lancaster stores.