An Iowa company and two executives were criminally charged Wednesday with selling the eggs responsible for a 2010 salmonella outbreak that sickened thousands of people and led to an unprecedented recall of 550 million eggs. Austin "Jack" DeCoster and his son Peter DeCoster were charged in federal court with introducing adulterated food into interstate commerce, a misdemeanor that carries a maximum sentence of one year in jail, according to an Associated Press article on DesMoinesRegister.com.Their company, Quality Egg LLC, was charged with bribing a public official. The pair are expected to plead guilty to the charges at hearings on June 2.