Your customers value your free-range fresh, local eggs. Protect them from food-borne diseases caused by Salmonella.
As you know, eggs can sometimes have feathers, dirt and bird droppings on them. How do you clean off the visible dirt? Do you wash these eggs with water or a dry cloth? Did you know that Salmonella bacteria can enter the shell of the egg if you soak the egg, or use water that is too cool?
This workshop will provide demonstrations of a few different egg washing techniques. We will discuss egg collecting and nesting strategies to minimize the build-up of debris and Salmonella bacteria.
After this workshop, you will be able to:
- Describe how the bacteria Salmonella gets transferred from hens to their eggs
- Identify ways to keep freshly laid eggs as clean as possible
- List the pros and cons of using water to wash eggs
Registration is now open
Space is limited. Reserve you seat by e-mailing Ciranna Bird at firstname.lastname@example.org
COST: $15.00 per attendee. Pay at the event. Cash, credit cards and checks for $15.00 made out to “Inter-Faith Food Shuttle – Teaching Farm” will be accepted.