The feature:Japanese Eggs(TAMAGO)
Japanese Eggs(TAMAGO): the product of generations of nurturing
There are mainly three types of egg farms in Japan. The first type is breeding farms, where eggs' grandparent chickens are raised. The second type is incubation farms, where chicks are incubated in fertilized eggs produced at the farm. The third type is chicken farms, where chicks are raised to be healthy and sound to produce eggs. At each farm where three generations of chicken are involved, including the egg-laying hens and their parents, salmonella tests are conducted repeatedly and chickens are vaccinated appropriately.
Across the Board Biosecurity
It is recommended that egg farms in Japan be located at least 1,000 meters away from other farms and at least 300 meters away from roads. Chicken coop hygiene management is thorough. Measures are implemented to keep out potential threats: wild birds, small animals, insects; and entry by outsiders are prohibited.
Workers change into their work clothes in a changing room each time they enter and leave a chicken coop, also being sure to disinfect their hands. These measures all help prevent exposure to salmonella and avian iffluenza.
Enjoy our safe, carefully inspected Japanese Eggs(TAMAGO)
Eggs are collected at grading and packaging centers where their eggshells are rinsed, sterilized, dried, and fur ther sterilized. In addition, strict tests are conducted using various types of detection equipment, searching for bloody eggs, dirty eggs, and cracked eggs. Any eggs found unsuitable for consumption are discarded. Careful attention is given to chicken feed, contamination prevention measures are taken during ingredient purchase, shipment, storage, and the feed manufacturing process; feed is also regularly tested for salmonella.
Make our highly nutritious Japanese Eggs(TAMAGO) a part of your daily life
Containing an efficient mix of nutrients including protein, vitamins, and minerals, eggs are referred to as the complete nutritional food. Especially when consumed at breakfast, eggs raise body temperature, which drops during sleep, allowing you to start off an energetic day. Make our safe Japanese Eggs(TAMAGO) a part of your everyday diet and aim to maintain healthy eating habits.
Japanese Eggs(TAMAGO) can be eaten raw for up to three weeks
Japanese Eggs(TAMAGO) have a shelf life of 21 days, starting from the date the egg is produced. People from outside Japan probably think that this is a short period, however, this is actually the period during which the eggs can be eaten raw. It is normal to eat eggs raw in Japan; for example, tamago kake gohan dish, raw egg mixed with soy sauce placed on top of warm rice; and sukiyaki dish, raw egg mixed together with meat and vegetables. This is made possible because we are dedicated to make Japanese eggs(TAMAGO) safe.
Poached eggs can be prepared quickly. Japanese eggs(TAMAGO) allow you to enjoy this dish without any concerns about egg safety.
An indispensable breakfast item, eggs benedict can be safely eaten even when soft-boiled.
Eggs added during preparation are what make this dish great, using Japanese eggs makes the difference.
Caesar Salad with Soft-boiled Egg
A Japanese-style poached egg over salad. This dish enables you to get the egg's full nutritional value.
Fluffy and smooth in texture, kanitama can be prepared in no time.
Omelet with Fried Rice
Mothers can show off their cooking skills with this egg-wraped rice dish, soft egg omelet.
Anyone can make soft scrambled eggs.
Soft Japanese eggs transform normal fried rice into something much more satisfying.