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British Lion scheme has helped improve public health

Food safety programmes led by the British Lion scheme, have made a major contribution to improvements in public health due...
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Eggs are even good for unborn babies

Pregnant mums. Did you know that eggs are not only good for you, they’re good for your unborn baby? That’s according...
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Ignore the finger-waggers. You SHOULD go to work on an egg!

Another week, another humiliating blow for the healthy eating lobby. Yet again, their advice on nutrition, delivered...
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Egg-straordinary facts!

A mother hen turns over her egg about fifty times per day

so the yolk won’t stick to the sides of the shell.

To produce one egg, it takes a hen 24 to 26 hours and she needs 120g of food and 240ml of water.

Thirty minutes later she starts all over again.

Eggs age more in one day at room temperature than in one week in the refrigerator.