Ready-to-Eat Hard-Boiled Eggs
Give customers the comfort food they crave with Safest Choice™ Hard-Boiled Eggs.
Discover convenience and cost savings! Great as a protein-packed snack or a healthy addition to sandwiches or salads, Safest Choice™ Hard-Boiled Eggs reward your customers with a tasty treat – and improve your foodservice budget with lower labor costs.
Safest Choice™ Hard-Boiled Eggs are peeled and ready to eat – no preparation required!
Safest Choice™ Bulk Twelve (2X6) Pack Hard-Boiled Eggs
- Add farm-fresh, wholesome flavor to your meals
- Supply a simple recipe ingredient that upgrades menu items
- Enable perfect portion control
- Work great on salad bars, in sandwiches, or for deviled eggs, egg salads, casseroles, and garnishes
Safest Choice™ Twin Pack Hard-Boiled Eggs
- Offers convenience for busy students, grab 'n' go customers, and more
- Provides a satisfying snack with only 70 calories
- Expands menu selection during all day-parts
Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Shell Eggs for...
Expand your culinary possibilities to include recipes that require raw or undercooked eggs – and keep every guest safe. Read more >
Every operation, venue, or function exposed to Salmonella represents a risk to all the revenue at the property as well as its reputation. Read more >
Safest Choice™ pasteurized shell eggs provide Salmonella risk-free assurance to
C&U foodservice administrators across the country. Read more >
Healthcare foodservice operators choose Safest Choice™ pasteurized shell eggs for healthcare initiatives such as room service and culture change. Read more >
Business & Industry
The relationship non-commercial foodservice operators have with their diners is about trust. Safest Choice™ pasteurized shell eggs keep diners safe. Read more >
A single egg can introduce Salmonella to an entire foodservice kitchen – and can destroy operational efficiency and overall readiness. Read more >
Retail Foodservice is a growing area within Healthcare, B&I, Colleges & Universities, and cafés, where foodservice consumers are able to use "grab 'n' go".
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