Saturday, January 19, 2013

Fact of the Day: Grade B Eggs

Almost all eggs at the supermarket are "grade A" eggs. The lesser grades (B and C) end up in restaurants, processed foods, and other products. 

17 comments:

Christine said...

interesting to know that!

Selvaggia Capizzi said...

Also in Italy it's the same!
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Anonymous said...

wow! I never knew this,

Plowing Through Life (Martha) said...

Sounds about right!

Pat Hatt said...

another reason to avoid the processed crap.

Adam said...

I'd figure it's universal. Grade b and c are usually broken a bit or torn up a little. Nobody wants that in the morning.

Emmylou said...

Eeeeek!

MEcoy said...

wow thats a huge kind of egg

Jane said...

Where they charge us as much for one egg as we'd pay for a full dozen in the supermarket. Grrrr!!

Just Keepin It Real, Folks! said...

Whoa, I just had hard boiled eggs on my salad at Ruby Tuesday. GROSS!!!

Dana said...

I didn't know that. Interesting!

Adam said...

well they end up in some resturants. I can't speak for RT

Linda said...

Interesting, Adam.

joy said...

Good to know:)

Maria said...

Fascinating Adam.

LL Cool Joe said...

Now I know why I'm always ill after I eat out!

Teddi said...

i wonder what people actually eat more of grade A or B? i'm not eating any. i'm allergic. :p