National Pasteurized Eggs, Inc. (NPE), the world’s largest producer of in-shell pasteurized eggs, has perfected an all-natural, patented process to eliminate the risk of Salmonella in eggs. Within North America, NPE has already produced and sold more than one billion in-shell pasteurized eggs.
This breakthrough product offers expanded growth opportunities for the egg industry in your region. Global partners are enjoying:
- Savings for healthcare organizations serving at-risk populations
- A simple solution for protecting public health from a common source of Salmonella foodborne illness—raw or undercooked eggs
- A safe and economical menu choice, supporting fresh culinary approaches using raw eggs, such as Caesar salad dressing, hollandaise sauce, dessert recipes and undercooked breakfast eggs
- A high level of consumer demand for the Safest Choice™
NPE has begun to introduce this technology into new areas through both import and technology licensing agreements with food industry, farm, and egg processing partners in many countries.
International Technology Licensing Partnerships
As a leader in R&D and innovation, NPE has added significant technological process improvements over the past 10 years. These improvements have allowed NPE to provide unsurpassed safety—as well as great tasting eggs with an extended shelf life—to a fast-growing, safety-conscious customer base.
NPE is seeking companies around the world who are interested in licensed partnerships with this unique, patented technology. Turnkey partnerships offer an excellent business opportunity for companies who wish to expand their product line and offer a unique and premium safe table egg.
International Purchase of NPE Patented In-Shell Pasteurized Eggs
Interested in an import agreement? National Pasteurized Eggs, Inc. invites inquiries on having in-shell pasteurized eggs shipped to you or your customers.
For further information, contact:
Michael Smith, CFO
National Pasteurized Eggs, Inc.
2963 Bernice Road
Lansing, Illinois 60438
+1 708 418 8500 Extension 103