In this tour, you’ll get to see inside a working Canadian egg breaking facility and see for yourself what happens to an egg between the farm and your table. Enjoy your visit.
In Canada, a total of 26 million hens produce more than 600 million dozen eggs per year – or about 7.2 billion eggs.
Before eggs end up in the grocery store, they must be sorted by size, washed and dried, candled, graded and packaged. Other eggs are deliberately broken and go for further processing to be made into salad dressings, sauces or baked goods.