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Facts & Tips

Facts & Tips

  • Egg Safety

    As an Australian household staple, eggs are an important source of nutrition for the vast majority of people. While egg farmers supply a safe, clean, fresh product, it is possible for eggs to become contaminated by the food poisoning bacteria Salmonella.

  • How-to videos

    Watch our egg masterclass videos below to learn how to make the perfect eggs at home every time.

  • Cooking Tips and Tricks

    We've done the hard work for you by collecting the best tips and tricks from our partners to bring you the ultimate guide for nailing every meal on any occasion.

  • How to Tell If Eggs Are Off

    How many times have you cracked an egg into a bowl of other ingredients, only to question whether the egg has gone bad or not? Unfortunately, eggs are not the easiest ingredient to determine the freshness of as the protective opaque shell hides the condition of the white and yolk.

  • Can You Eat Raw Eggs?

    Ever since Rocky started guzzling eggs in the 1976 classic, raw eggs have been a popular food among bodybuilders and athletes. Despite this, many non-athletes are hesitant about consuming uncooked eggs because of the risk of food poisoning.

Want to see what an egg farm looks like? Take this interactive 360 degree tour to see how eggs are produced in Australia.

Free range farm with two people