On the Farm
There are more than 1,000 egg farmers and farm families in Canada who produce fresh, local and high-quality eggs for Canadians to enjoy every single day. We are happy to introduce some of the faces behind egg farming in Canada.
From Farm to Table: At The Store
At the Store
In Canada, all eggs sold in grocery stores have been cleaned, checked for quality, sized and packaged at an egg grading station registered with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. At the store, eggs are kept under refrigeration and rotated to ensure the eggs that arrive first are the first ones sold. The Canadian maple leaf symbol with an “A” inside indicates top-quality, locally produced Canadian Grade A eggs.
At the store, there are more kinds of eggs to choose from than ever before. Yet, they all have one thing in common; they are all produced to the same high standards of cleanliness, quality and freshness. No matter what you choose, they all make a nutritious and delicious choice.