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Reduce hangover symptoms and mitigate 'hungover munchies' by cracking an egg 03/12/2018

With the festive season now underway, it’s time to prepare for the dreaded ‘morning after the night before’, and cracking a couple of eggs could provide the perfect antidote; not only are eggs a quick and easy way to ease your hangover trauma but they also help prevent the insatiable...

RSPH salmonella prevention webinar to highlight Lion benefits 22/11/2018

The Royal Society of Public Health is running a webinar into the cause and prevention of salmonella on 14 January 2019, highlighting the food safety benefits of specifying British Lion eggs. Dr Lisa Ackerley, Food Safety Adviser, UKHospitality and Public Health Company Ltd, will be joined...

Vulnerable group advice helps serve up strong egg sales 16/11/2018

A year on from a change in official advice, which said that everyone including those classed as vulnerable groups, mums to be, young children, and the elderly, can now enjoy eggs however they want, provided they are produced to British Lion standards, egg sales have soared to new heights...

#Students 08/11/2018

British Lion eggs has been working with social influencers to create and share egg-focussed student recipes to coincide with the start of the university term. Partnerships with Lina Sinno Graoui, Twice The Health and a Fudent Official takeover have already seen student-friendly egg...

New #Eggs My Way inspiration online 02/11/2018

New inspirational egg recipes from #EggsMyWay ambassadors and family focused social influencers, The Chiappas sisters, are now live online. To find out how to make 'Eggs Cupcakes', 'Halloumi, Bean, and Egg Hotpot', as well as other egg dishes, visit the Chiapas blog or Egg Recipes on...

New papers published on potential benefits of eggs for older people 25/10/2018

Two new papers have been published investigating how eggs could offer an opportunity to increase protein intake and help prevent muscle decline in older people, based on research by a team at Bournemouth University, part-funded by the British Egg Industry Council.   Protein is needed for...

Runny Lion eggs on the menu at Safe Food Conference 16/10/2018

Food Safety expert Dr Lisa Ackerley is talking on behalf of British Lion eggs at this year’s Chartered Institute of Environmental Health Safe Food Conference (31 October), sharing the updated FSA advice around runny eggs and highlighting the food safety benefits of serving British Lion...

Furious Britain is suffering from a 'hangry' epidemic 08/10/2018

New research has revealed that Britain is now a nation overwhelmed by ‘hangry’* emotions - hungry anger, in which a lack of food drives people into fits of fury. A massive 79 percent of Brits admit they’ve felt hangry before – with more than one in ten (11 percent) confessing they get...

British Lion Eggs develop 'Instagrammable' recipes for students 02/10/2018

New research from British Lion eggs ahead of the new university academic year shows that 85% of students now cook from scratch, a startling shift from the microwave meals of past generations. However, cost is still as important as ever with 85% of students surveyed saying that it is a...

British Lion eggs to exhibit at care catering forum 18/09/2018

British Lion eggs will be exhibiting at the National Association of Care Caterers Training & Development Forum in Nottingham (3-5 October), sharing the good news with care catering professionals that runny eggs can return to menus for care home residents. The news follows updated...