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    Laid In Britain Laid in Britain Accreditation

    The Laid in Britain accreditation is awarded to egg producers, egg packing stations and retailers by (UKEP) UK Egg Producers Association. The accreditation is awarded after the egg company has passed stringent tests for the health and welfare of the hens and quality of produce.

    Unlike other UK Associations UKEP has heralded locally supplied eggs with the minimum length of the food chain, allowing easy tracing of their origin. Delivering the eggs close to the locality of egg production means that it also reduces the carbon footprint. It pays to buy and promote Laid in Britain eggs.

    Retailers and suppliers in the food industry can therefore be assured of a fast delivery of really fresh eggs to supply to their customers. Buying from your local egg producer and/or egg packing station and be rewarded by happier customers who prefer to buy eggs from you because of their great really fresh taste.

    Say No to Salmonella
    Not a single LAID IN BRITAIN egg has ever tested positive for Salmonella. This makes Laid in Britain eggs unique, unlike other assurance schemes, apart from a vaccination programme against Salmonella, producers also make use of a competitive exclusion product to provide wider pathogen cover than vaccination alone.

    For further Information
    Please vist the UKEP Laid in Britain website:

    Summary of the Laid in Britain Scheme

    Chicken Vaccination Programme  Vaccination against main strains of Salmonellas
    Added protection against Salmonella  Use of unique "Competitive Exclusion" product for added protection
    Independent Laid in Britain audit  Independent auditing of all sites and packing stations
    Adhere to HACCP Procedures  Laid In Britain members and packing stations must adhere to strict HACCP
      procedures and high standards or risk elimination from the scheme
    Testing and unit swabbing  Regular environmental testing & unit swabbing
    Health and welfare of chickens  Poultry/producer/consumer health, welfare and safety is of paramount importance
    Laid in Britain ID Codes  Laid In Britain ID codes on eggs/boxes. Fully traceable back to farm.
    Egg Farm Coding  Packaging with individual farm details, but universal farm code
    Best before dates  Best Before dates on egg boxes
    Locally produced eggs  Locally produced, low food miles, guaranteeing very fresh eggs

    Barradale is committed to moving forward with the times, ensuring Barradale's customers are always given the best quality eggs for their respective customers. This commitment will continue with an ongoing promise to put them first.

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Barradale News: Moving Forward !

Barradale Eggs - Laid in Britain

Barradale Eggs Laid in Britain

Barradale Eggs are proud to announce that they have moved forward with a new quality assurance accreditation which is believed to be a far better scheme for the future of Barradale and their customers.

With a fresh approach to providing fresh quality eggs even faster to the customer. 25,000 certified Free Range Hens are now producing an even higher quality egg by following the Laid in Britain stringent guidelines for a healthier flock than ever produced previously.

Not only a new flock, also a new all singing and dancing egg grading machine which will make grading eggs 3 times faster than the previous plant. These improvements will allow Barradale to deliver eggs even fresher than most of its competitors.

Customer satisfaction has always been the byword of the company and the latest improvements mean you can offer your customers quality eggs with even greater confidence of their freshness than ever before.

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