FDA fails to make decision on surplus eggs

FDA fails to make decision on surplus eggs

MILLIONS of good eggs continue to be thrown away because the Food & Drug Administration failed to reach a decision — after 180 days of consideration — on whether to allow surplus eggs from broiler breeder hens to be sold into the egg product marketplace.

FDA received a petition in October 2015 from the National Chicken Council (NCC), the Grocery Manufacturers Assn. and the Association for Dressings & Sauces requesting that the agency revise

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