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We're the UAE's first and only producer of Pasteurized Eggs. Pasteurized eggs look, cook and taste just like the other eggs. Our eggs are pasteurized with 100% safe korean, US, and UK patented. Healthy yet Tasty. Pasteurized eggs have Milky egg whites which indicate Pasteurized care.
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At Arabian farms, quality is at the heart of everything we do. From the very beginning, we've been committed to giving our birds a good quality of life. That's why we've been the region's most-trusted brand for poultry products.Discover
Our Eco eggs are produced by Eco hens fed with 100% Certified Organic feed imported from Europe. The results are Eco Eggs enriched with multivitamins, minerals, iron and Omega3, protective agents against diseases. Eco eggs contain High levels of 9 essential amino acids which supports mental health, prevents cancer and cell damage.
Place your egg in a tall glass of cold water. If it stays at the bottom, then it’s fresh; if it lifts and bobs at a bit of an angle, it’ll be older but fine to use; if it floats to the surface, then it’s getting pretty old and is probably not safe to use, so get rid of it!
Crack open your egg and see what the yolk and the white do. If the egg yolk bulges and the white is viscous and gathered tightly round the yolk, then the egg is still fresh. However, if the yolk is flat and the egg white runny, then the egg is old.
If you shake the egg and there’s no sloshing noise from inside, then it’s fresh and can be eaten. If, on the other hand, the egg makes a sloshing noise when you shake it, air has gotten into it and expanded the natural air bubble, so it’s best not eaten.
The packaging specifies a ‘use by’ date and the supplier guarantees that it will be usable at least until this date, provided that they are stored properly. Generally, eggs can still be safely eaten for some time past the ‘use by’ date, if they’re well cooked through, but best confirm this with one of the other freshness checks!
Can't t remember if an egg is fresh or hard boiled? Follow these simple steps to test whether those eggs in your refrigerator are fresh enough to eat.