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Mexico Monitors Temperature of Imported Shell Eggs


According to the July 26th edition of MondayLine, the Federal Commission for the Protection Against Sanitary Risk is evaluating as many as nineteen formal complaints against defective refrigeration of imported table eggs.  Current regulations require eggs to be refrigerated from origin until point of sale. The Mexican Association of Poultry Producers is urging compliance and is using observers as an anti-competitive action. 

Mexico was the leading importer of table eggs for the first five months of 2021 receiving 25.3 million dozen valued at $20.5.  The volume of eggs imported by Mexico increased 42 percent over the corresponding five months in 2020.