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Farm To Table

Get to know your BC Egg producers; and learn about egg handling and food safety.

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Quota Assessment Tools Evaluation

The BC Egg Marketing Board is conducting a Quota Assessment Tools Evaluation.

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The Good Egg

Find out why eggs are one of Mother Nature's most nutrient-dense foods.

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Unscrambled Facts

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In the News

An Egg a Day Appears to Help Young Children Grow Taller

An Egg a Day Appears to Help Young Children Grow Taller

An egg a day might help undernourished young children grow to a healthy height, according to a six-month study in Ecuador.

Before and After Supply Management

Humane Societies Hail New Egg-industry Code

The Canadian Federation of Humane Societies says a new code of practice for egg farmers will help reduce the extreme stress suffered by egg-laying hens and give consumers some assurance about the term “cage-free.”

Supply Management: Setting the Record Straight

Supply Management: Setting the Record Straight

Campaign Research published the results of a poll on May 26th that asked Canadians whether or not they approve or disapprove of supply management. The results were crystal clear: 75% of Canadians approve of supply management.

Recipes

This recipe is perfect for berry season!

Created By Sean Bromilow 1 Aug 2017

Breakfast flatbread is a fun and easy recipe for camping or at home on the grill!

Created By Get Cracking 20 Jul 2017

Tea eggs are simple things really – hard-boiled eggs, steeped in a marinade made with tea, soy sauce, and a variety of spices. The shells are intentionally cracked all over, allowing the marinade to seep in slowly and leaving an attractive network of dark lines on the egg white. The spice blend and tea choice varies quite a bit, but the general flavour profile is built around the classic Chinese five-spice mixture (anise, cassia, cloves, Sichuan peppercorn, and star anise).

Created By Sean Bromilow 19 Jun 2017

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