Ok - correct me if I am wrong but I have read that the NPIP test is for Salmonella Pullorum (and something else that starts with a "g"), not for salmonella enterditis. The enterditis is the one that is the subject of the recall and is passed from the hen into the egg. Can anyone verify this. I have also heard that Pullorum is all but eradicated here in the US. Most people say that if they have gotten a positive NPIP test result, it turned out to be a false positive. So what is the truth about NPIP?