FRESH - Fresh eggs are easily affected by inadequate temperatures, storage and humidity, etc. "Black spots" or "Black Mold" are fungi that develop on account of humidity. Such black spots may be traced back to very rainy and damp weather during the season of gathering the eggs, storage in the packing centers prior to export, etc. Eggs are liable to damage by tainting if stowed in the vicinity of odorous goods. Egg-shells are subject to bacterial contamination, and, if the protective membrane is soiled or removed by rough handling, bacterial penetration to the yolk may result, especially under damp conditions. The washing of eggs accelerates the bacterial penetration. Mold readily develops in a humid atmosphere.
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