Egg Safety Starts at the Farm
December 29, 2014

Egg safety extends across the supply chain from the delivery truck, processing plant to the grocery store, but it starts on the farm. U.S. egg farmers know the care they provide their hens helps ensure the safety of the eggs you feed your family.

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Egg Nog and So Much More for the Holidays
December 23, 2014

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Here’s to the Egg!
October 10, 2014

World Egg Day is observed annually on the second Friday of October as decreed by the International Egg Commission almost 20 years ago. It’s a global celebration as diverse as the wide array of uses for the egg itself.

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I never saw cloudy egg whites before. Are they safe?
October 6, 2014

  Editor’s note: we often receive questions through our website on egg handling and safety. This is a question from one of our followers. If you have a question, submit it here. A cloudy egg white (or albumen) means the egg is very fresh. The cloudiness is caused by carbon dioxide, which is naturally present

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My eggs were in the back of the refrigerator and some of them froze. Should I toss them?
September 25, 2014

Editor’s note: we often receive questions through our website on egg handling and safety. This is a question from one of our followers. If you have a question, submit it here. If the eggs have broken through their shells during freezing, they should be discarded. Nobody likes to waste food, but it’s just not worth

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Protein is Important: Get the School Day Started Right with Eggs
September 22, 2014

  Children need a meal that includes protein before packing them off to school. Nutritionists agree that eating breakfast contributes to overall health and good behavior in children and the high-quality protein found in eggs gives active kids sustained energy for their busy day ahead. Research shows that serving eggs at breakfast provides a feeling

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How long do eggs keep in the fridge?
September 15, 2014

How long do eggs keep in the fridge? As long are they are kept 45 °F or lower, fresh shell eggs are safe to be consumed four to five weeks beyond the carton’s Julian date. What’s a “Julian date,” some may ask? For food, it means the number of days since the beginning of the

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Eggs for School Lunch? Remember the Safety Rules.
September 4, 2014

  Considering a school lunch containing eggs or something prepared with eggs? The important thing to remember is to keep it cold. An egg salad sandwich, for example, should be refrigerated at all times, so always pack a lunch in a cooler or insulated lunch pail with a freezer pack or sealed bag of ice.

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Only the Best for Mom
May 6, 2014

Delivering breakfast to mom in bed is a popular way to celebrate Mother’s Day.  So we have put some tips together on how to safely prep in advance for her special day. There are many techniques in the kitchen to help speed up the process of preparing a large breakfast. One practice the Egg Safety

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Decorate and Enjoy Easter Eggs Safely This Year
April 17, 2014

Easter is here and that means bunnies, Easter egg hunts and dyeing eggs. Decorating eggs is a great memory for many families at Easter. And stores sell decorating kits with food coloring, stencils and other accessories to enhance the experience. The Egg Safety Center has a few tips for safely enjoying these hard-boiled creations this

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