How long is the shelf life of the egg?

- Apr 25, 2018-

  With the improvement of quality of life, people pay more attention to nutrition and health. For a long time, people have paid great attention to the shelf life for buying milk, bread, and canned food, but they are not paying attention to the shelf life of small eggs. When buying eggs, only pay attention to whether there is a bad egg and never ask its shelf life. In fact, most people can't tell how long the shelf life of an egg is.

  According to experts, eggs, like vegetables and meat, have a shelf life. Experiments show that, at a temperature of 2 to 5°C, the shelf life of eggs is 40 days, while room temperature at room temperature is 15 days in winter, and room temperature is 10 days at room temperature in summer. The freshness and nutrient content of eggs over a shelf life period are subject to a certain degree. influences. If the storage time is too long, the eggs will be degenerated due to bacterial intrusion, and there will be phenomena such as sticky shells and scattered yellow.

  In fact, in the United States, Canada and other countries, eggs are thrown into the rubbish dumps for six days because eggs cannot be eaten at this time. However, our country’s standard of living is relatively low and it still falls short of this standard.