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Eggs that are removed from their shells for processing. The processing of egg products includes breaking eggs, filtering, mixing, stabilizing, blending, pasteurizing, cooling, freezing or drying, and packaging. Egg products include whole eggs, whites, yolks and various blends with or without non-egg ingredients that are processed and pasteurized and may be available in liquid, frozen, and dried forms. FSIS is responsible for inspecting egg products and enforcing the Egg Products Inspection Act (EPIA).
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'''Egg Products''' are [[eggs]] that are removed from their shells for processing. The processing of egg products includes breaking eggs, filtering, mixing, stabilizing, blending, [[pasteurizing]], cooling, freezing or drying, and packaging. Egg products include whole eggs, whites, yolks and various blends with or without non-egg ingredients that are processed and pasteurized and may be available in [[liquid]], frozen, and dried forms. FSIS is responsible for inspecting egg products and enforcing the Egg Products Inspection Act (EPIA).
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
[http://www.fsis.usda.gov/Help/A-Z_Index/index.asp USDA Index]
 
[http://www.fsis.usda.gov/Help/A-Z_Index/index.asp USDA Index]

Revision as of 00:03, 14 November 2007

Egg Products are eggs that are removed from their shells for processing. The processing of egg products includes breaking eggs, filtering, mixing, stabilizing, blending, pasteurizing, cooling, freezing or drying, and packaging. Egg products include whole eggs, whites, yolks and various blends with or without non-egg ingredients that are processed and pasteurized and may be available in liquid, frozen, and dried forms. FSIS is responsible for inspecting egg products and enforcing the Egg Products Inspection Act (EPIA).

References

USDA Index