Eggs sold in Taiwan to be stamped with traceability code from 2022

12/23/2021 04:50 PM
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Taipei, Dec. 23 (CNA) Eggs sold in Taiwan will be required to carry a traceability code on their shell beginning next year, enabling consumers to more easily identify the source of the eggs and how the hens producing the eggs are farmed.

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