A range of information on eggs for retail and foodservice customers, EHOs and catering colleges.

Advice for caterers includes egg handling guidelines and a guide to specifying eggs.  Retailer information details advice on specifying and handling eggs as well as egg marketing regulations and guidelines on using the Lion mark. The Lion Egg Products section includes a guide to types of egg products available and lists Lion Egg Product suppliers. 

Caterers. Advice for caterers on specifying and handling eggs

Eggs in carton

Meeting due diligence requirements and the importance of specifying British Lion eggs.

Catering colleges. Information for catering colleges

Our resource is designed for catering colleges and includes detailed information that will provide the basis for a lecture on important aspects of eggs for the caterer, including food safety and cooking methods. For a powerpoint copy please contact [email protected].

EHOs. Information for EHOs

Egg hygiene information including the latest Food Standards Agency advice on eggs for vulnerable groups and a report from the Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food highlighting the importance of using eggs produced to Lion standards.

Foodservice resources

Resources for foodservice including downloadable safety, salmonella and lecture plan PDFs.

Lion eggs TV

Retailer information

Advice for retailers on specifying and handling eggs, and details of Egg Marketing Regulations.

Egg marketing regulations

Specifying and handling eggs

British Lion Eggs TV

Visit British Lion Eggs TV to watch all Lion B2B video content, covering retail, wholesale, manufacturing, foodservice and EHOs.

Lion Egg Products

Information for food manufacturers, bakers and caterers on choosing Lion Egg Products, including a guide to egg products and details of Lion Egg Products suppliers.

Brands Choose Lion

Egg Product Guide

Egg Products News

Lion Egg Product Suppliers

Liquid egg now available for consumers

Why British Lion Egg Products?

See also

Bird flu and the safety of hens