Fresh Eggs

High Quality Farm Fresh Eggs 

Since 1984, we have been providing delicious  farm fresh eggs to households all across Australia. Available in multiple pack sizes to suit your requirements, 

  • Filler Packs – 55g, 500g, 600g, 700g
  • 15 x 1 doz – 600g, 700g(58g), 800g
  • Free Range – 600g, 700g, 800g (67g)
  • 70g – Over weight eggs 10 dozen on trays.
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Eggs bind ingredients in dishes such as meatloaves or crab cakes, leaven such baked high-rises as soufflés and sponge cakes and thicken custards and sauces.

Eggs emulsify mayonnaise, salad dressings and Hollandaise sauce and are frequently used to coat or glaze breads and cookies.

Some of the other incredible uses for eggs can be found HERE

How to tell if Eggs are bad, rotten or spoiled?

A common question is how to tell if eggs are bad? Although not a perfect test, your senses are usually the most reliable instruments to tell if your eggs have gone bad. To tell if eggs are bad, look at the egg white. The freshest eggs have a cloudy white color to the “white” of the egg and as the egg ages the white becomes more of a clear color (the egg is still fresh). Alternatively, if the white of the egg has a pinkish or iridescent color and also if it has a slight rotten smell when cracked, then the egg has gone bad. If you open an egg and smell something rotten, be sure to throw that egg away.

There are, of course, certain health risks associated with spoiled eggs including the very dangerous Salmonella and E-Coli strains of bacteria (which cannot be seen), so remember to always practice food safety and enjoy your eggs well cooked and prior to the eat by dates suggested above.

A quick and fun test for egg freshness is to pop an egg in a bowl of water,  a fresh egg will stay at the bottom of the bowl while older eggs float because of the large air cell that forms in its base.

Learn More at our Egg FAQ page

How should eggs be stored and for how long?

Fresh eggs will last for at least 66 days from the date they are placed into a carton, this is 3-4 weeks beyond the “best by” date normally stamped on the carton

Egg Storage: How Long Do Eggs Last?

Eggs Refrigerator (35°F to 40°F)
Raw whole eggs (in shell) 4 to 5 weeks beyond the pack date or about 3 weeks after purchase
Raw whole eggs (slightly beaten) Up to 2 days
Raw egg whites Up to 4 days
Raw egg yolks Up to 2 days

How to store Eggs to extend their shelf life?

How long eggs are good for? Proper food storage is key to extending the shelf life of foods. You can help eggs keep fresh longer by storing eggs in the their original container in the refrigerator. Storing eggs in this fashion will help keep out moisture and other contaminants.

Learn More at our Egg FAQ page

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