Mayonnaise during pregnancy

Is it safe to eat mayonnaise during pregnancy? NO.

Unless the eggs you want to eat have a red British Lion Quality stamp on the shell (in the UK), you should avoid eating them raw or runny. British Lion eggs have a very low risk of carrying salmonella, a bacteria that causes food poisoning.

Don't eat fresh mayonnaise from delis or restaurants, unless you're sure that British Lion eggs have been used. However, supermarket salad dressings and ice creams are usually made using pasteurised egg, so are safe to eat.

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