Egg Packer Records
Separate daily records must be kept for each production description detailing:
1. The quantities of ungraded eggs they receive, broken down by producer, giving the name, address and producer code and the laying date or period.
2. After the eggs are graded, the quantities by quality and weight grade.
3. The quantities of graded eggs received coming from other packing centres, including the code of those packing centres and the date of minimum durability.
4. The quantities of ungraded eggs delivered to other packing centres, broken down by producer, including the code of those packing centres and the laying date or period.
5. The number and/or weight of eggs delivered, by quality and weight grade, packing date in the case of Class B eggs or the date of minimum durability in the case of Class A eggs, and by purchaser, with the name and address of the latter.
6. Packing centres shall update their physical stock records each week.
7. Records and files referred to above shall be kept for at least twelve months from the date of their creation.
8. Where Class A eggs and their packs bear an indication of how laying hens are fed, packing centres using such indications shall keep separate records in accordance with the above.
Records must be kept by the packer for at least 12 months after the producer ceases to supply eggs or at least 12 months after the flock has been disposed of and may be subject to inspection.