Eggs in Ukraine will be sold in a new way.
On January 30, the Ministry of Agrarian Policy published a draft order “On approval of requirements for chicken eggs.” According to him, new requirements for the sale of chicken eggs will appear in Ukraine.
The document was developed to harmonize with the relevant standards and legislation of the European Union and proposes, in particular, the sorting of eggs according to their quality and weight.
In particular, eggs will be divided into classes “A” and “B”.
Class A eggs must be clean, with an intact shell, with an inactive yolk without clear contours. These eggs should be free of foreign odors. By weight, class A eggs are sorted into the following categories:
- XL – very large: eggs weighing 73 g or more;
- L – large: eggs weighing 63 g or more, but less than 73 g;
- M – medium: eggs weighing 53 g or more, but less than 63 g;
- S – small: eggs weighing less than 53 g.
Class B eggs include eggs that do not meet the quality criteria specified above. Class B eggs may also be demoted to class A eggs that no longer meet their quality criteria.
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