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The Egg Safety Center represents commercial egg producers, which follow the FDA Egg Safety Rule and state/federal regulatory programs.
Eggs are kosher, because they aren’t slaughtered or mixed with other non-kosher foods (treif). They remain kosher as long as eggs aren’t broken open and don’t have any blood spots (which is considered to make the egg unclean, or not kosher). Eggs are also pareve, which means they can be consumed with dairy (milk) or meat.