And I’m told (although I can’t find anything official in writing to confirm this) that a farmer has up to 30 days to package an egg after it’s laid.to that) and check out the sell by dates — these eggs can still sit on the shelf for a few more weeks.” ...Some other egg packers print an open "use by" date -- July 15, for example -- right on the eggshell itself.
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Yes, that says ‘put in the carton,’ not laid or collected, but cartoned.
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If you're confused about the dates you see on egg cartons, it's not surprising. One of the more puzzling facts is that none of the dates on food packages -- not even "use by" dates -- are an indication of food safety. An "expiration" or "sell by" date on some egg cartons helps to ensure that the eggs are fresh by informing the grocery store not to sell the eggs after the marked date.
And as it turns out, with very little regulation to ensure accuracy.
To clarify, here’s a breakdown of some of the more common information found on today’s egg cartons. Morris, Deputy Administrator of the USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service (AMS) Livestock, Poultry and Seed Program, the numbers found on the end of a carton contain a few bits of information.
If there is no Julian or pack date, using your eggs within three weeks of purchase will allow for the possibility that your eggs may have been temporarily warehoused by the retailer before you bought them. Food safety depends on many things, including how you handle and store eggs and other foods.
Both quality and safety changes can happen before or after the date on a package.
This number, called the Julian Date, is a three-digit code that ...“On each egg carton, there’s a number printed, from 1 to 365,” wrote Lisa Steele on Fresh Eggs Daily.