Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Chemically, These Eggs Are Fit to Eat!!

I just found this very old email in my inbox!  It will probably gross you out.  But remember it is your choice to eat eggs that are purchased in a retail store and chemically altered in a plant!!  Haha regardless of where you obtain them you should always inspect the egg in a separate small bowl prior to mixing it into the rest of your ingredients.  That my friend, is a farm egg rule.

Your Name
Angela O'Mahony
Email Address *
Questions or Comments *
I am a very regular egg buyer with your company at my local Wal-mart and have never had a problem. However the last 1 pack carton of eggs has had quite a bit of problems. I have already thrown away at least half a dozen of the eggs because there have been medium blood spots on the inside.
What Product Did You Purchase?
18 Large Grade A eggs
Where Did You Purchase the Product? (Store/City/State)
Super Walmart Roanoke, TX 76262
Your Contact Information
  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Northlake , TX 76262
United States
Your Telephone Number
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RE: Contact CCF Brands [#2873]

Van Sullins <xxxxxxxxxxx@ccfbrands.com>
3/22/10

to me
 from xxxxxxxxx@ccfbrands.com
Ms. O’Mahony,

Thank you for contacting CCF Brands! Blood spots also are called meat spots. Occasionally found an egg yolk. They are caused by ruptured blood vessel on the yolk surface during formation of the egg or by a similar accident in the wall of the oviduct. Less than 1% of all eggs have blood spots. Mass candling methods reveal most eggs with blood spots and those eggs are removed, but even with electronic spotting it is impossible to catch all of them. As an egg ages, the yolk takes up water from the albumen to dilute the blood spot so, in actuality, a blood spot indicates that the egg is fresh. Both chemically and nutritionally, these eggs are fit to eat.

Thank you for your time and concern and business!

Sincerely,
Van Sullins
Customer Service



Angela O'Mahony <xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx@gmail.com>
3/22/10

to Van
Sir,

I grew up on a chicken farm so I know what blood spots are regardless of what commercial companies may call them.  I simply was letting you know that there has been a numerous amount in a dozen rather than here or there which could be a sign of a problem.  Regardless of being raised on a chicken farm, I would never feed my family or friends these eggs as they should not be ate.  Unfortunately with this response I will rethink buying eggs again from your company, before the response I was not bothered by them but thought I should make your company aware of it.

Sincerely,

Mrs. O'Mahony

Hmmmm......no response after that.....

 xoxo, hugs and quiches
~Angela O'

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