USDA graders constantly monitor quality, size, and packaging of these eggs.
USDA CARTON STAMPING TELLS WHEN AND WHERE THE EGGS ARE PACKED When the USDA grade shield is present on the carton, the carton must also be labeled with the date and location of where the eggs were packed.
People don't want to hear about your crazy decision.""That was my first clue that not everyone would perceive it like I did," Peischler says.Chrissy Albice may be 43 years old, but her eggs—at least a stash of them she froze six years ago—are a mere 37.It's a fact she deliberately works into first-date conversations when the topic turns to kids.You may, though, be able to tell how old your eggs are by checking a three-number code on the small side of the carton.It’s a Julian date, with 001 representing January 1 and 365 standing for December 31. They’ll keep in your refrigerator at least 4 to 5 weeks after this date.The freshness of an egg is not only determined by the date when the egg was laid, but also by the way the egg has been stored.