Free-range and cage-free eggs are not necessarily safer than conventional:

08/27/2010 | CNN

Consumers worried about possible salmonella contamination in their eggs are looking for alternatives, which spurred food-safety experts to explore whether cage-free and free-range eggs are a safer choice than conventional eggs. They found mixed and often contradictory data from tests that have been done thus far, and urge safety-minded consumers to focus instead on supporting federal food-safety legislation and educating themselves on the origins of salmonella.

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