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Such damage may favour trans-shell contamination with bacteria and moisture loss and thereby increase the risk to consumers, particularly if subsequent drying and storage conditions are not optimal.
However, egg-washing systems subject to authorisation and operating under carefully controlled conditions are used in some Member States with good results.
Class A eggs should be graded by weight. Only undertakings whose premises and technical equipment are suited to the scale and type of their operations, and which therefore allow eggs to be handled properly, should be authorised, as packing centres, to grade eggs by quality and weight.
Maximum time limits for the grading, marking and packing of eggs and the marking of packs should be fixed. The marking of eggs with the producer code at the production site is essential where eggs are delivered to another Member State.
With regard to Class B eggs in particular, it should be specified that if the producer code alone does not clearly indicate the quality grading, Class B eggs should be marked with another indication.
Moreover, it should be clarified that an exception to the marking requirement with the producer code may be made if the technical equipment for egg marking does not allow for marking cracked or soiled eggs.
When eggs are delivered directly to the food industry for processing and there is sufficient guarantee of their final destination, Member States may grant exemptions from the marking requirement to operators who so request.
However, some specific marking requirements should be provided for packs. For the sake of clarity, this date should be fixed at not more than 28 days after laying.
Eggs may be sold with an indication highlighting the particular freshness of the egg. For this purpose, a maximum time limit should be fixed for such indications.
Eggs may be sold with an indication highlighting the particular feed formula fed to the laying hens.
Minimum requirements for the use of such indications should be laid down. When eggs are sold loose, certain information normally on the pack should be accessible to the consumer.
In addition to the general hygiene requirements for the wrapping and packaging of foodstuffs, some additional requirements should be laid down in order to minimise the risk of deterioration or contamination of eggs during storage and transport.
Industrial eggs are unfit for human consumption. Special bands or labels should therefore be required for the easy identification of packaging containing such eggs.
Only packing centres have the premises and technical equipment suitable for repacking eggs. Any repacking activities should therefore be restricted to packing centres.
Producers, collectors and packing centres should be obliged to keep specific additional records in order to allow inspection services to check compliance with the marketing standards.
It is appropriate to check compliance with the marketing standards for a batch as a whole, and the marketing of a batch found not to be compliant should be prohibited unless compliance can be proven.
Certain tolerances should be allowed when checking compliance with the marketing standards. Such tolerances should differ according to the different requirements and marketing stages.
Third countries may have requirements different from those fixed for the Community for the marketing of eggs. In order to facilitate exports, eggs packed and intended for export should be allowed to conform to such requirements.
Details should be fixed regarding the assessment of the equivalence of third-country marketing standards with Community legislation to be conducted by the Commission at the request of third countries.
Certain marking and labelling requirements for eggs imported from third countries should be laid down. It is useful for the Commission to have data available on the number of establishments registered as keeping laying hens.
Member States should communicate any significant infringement of the marketing standards so that other Member States that may be affected can be alerted in an appropriate manner.
Egg supply for the retail trade in the French overseas departments relies partly on the supply of eggs from the European continent.
In view of the duration of transport and of climatic conditions, the preservation of eggs transported to the French overseas departments presupposes the fulfilment of specific supply arrangements, including the possibility to dispatch eggs chilled.
These special arrangements can be justified by the current lack of sufficient local egg production capacities.
Until sufficient local production capacities are built up, these exceptional arrangements should be prolonged for a reasonable period of time.
The Commission should therefore evaluate the application of the voluntary labelling provisions foreseen with regard to enriched cages before that date in order to examine the need of rendering this labelling compulsory.
The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Management Committee for the Common Organisation of Agricultural Markets,.
In addition, the following definitions shall apply for the purpose of this Regulation:. Class A eggs shall not be washed or cleaned, before or after grading, except as provided for in Article 3.
Class B eggs shall be eggs which do not meet the quality characteristics provided for in paragraph 1. Class A eggs which no longer have those characteristics may be downgraded to Class B.
Member States which, on 1 June , authorised packing centres to wash eggs may continue to authorise packing centres to wash eggs, provided that those centres operate in accordance with the national guides for egg-washing systems.
Washed eggs may only be marketed in the Member States in which such authorisations have been issued. The weight-grading shall be indicated by the corresponding letters or terms as defined in paragraph 1 or by a combination of both, which may be supplemented by the corresponding weight ranges.
Only undertakings satisfying the conditions laid down in this Article shall be authorised as packing centres. The competent authority shall authorise packing centres to grade eggs and shall allot a packing centre code to any operator whose premises and technical equipment are suitable for grading eggs by quality and weight.
No suitable technical equipment for grading eggs by weight shall be required for packing centres working exclusively for the food and non-food industry.
The competent authority shall allot the packing centre a packing centre code with an initial code for the Member State concerned as specified in point 2.
Packing centres shall have the technical equipment necessary to ensure that eggs are handled properly. This should include as appropriate:.
The authorisation referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 may be withdrawn at any time if the conditions provided for in this Article are no longer fulfilled.
Eggs marketed in accordance with Article 14 shall be graded, marked and packed within four days of laying.
In the case of packing centres supplied with unpacked eggs from their own production units, situated at the same site, identification on transport packaging may take place at the packing centre.
The information referred to in paragraph 1 shall be applied to the transport packaging and be contained in accompanying documents.
A copy of those documents shall be kept by any intervening operator to whom the eggs are delivered.
The originals of the accompanying documents shall be kept by the packing centre that grades the eggs.
Where batches received by a collector are subdivided for delivery to more than one operator, the accompanying documents may be substituted by appropriate transport container labels, provided that the latter include the information referred to in paragraph 1.
The information referred to in paragraph 1 applied to the transport packaging shall not be modified and shall remain on the transport packaging until removal of eggs for immediate grading, marking, packing or further processing.
Eggs delivered from a production site to a collector, a packing centre or non-food industry situated in another Member State shall be marked with the producer code before leaving the production site.
A Member State on whose territory the production site is situated may grant an exemption from the requirement provided for in paragraph 1, where a producer has signed a delivery contract with a packing centre in another Member State requiring the marking in accordance with this Regulation.
Such an exemption may be granted only at the request of both operators concerned and with the prior written agreement of the Member State where the packing centre is situated.
In such cases, a copy of the delivery contract shall accompany the consignment. The minimum duration of delivery contracts referred to in paragraph 2 may not be less than one month.
The inspection services, referred to in Article 24, of the Member States concerned, and of any transit Member States, shall be informed before an exemption is granted in accordance with paragraph 2 of this Article.
It shall be easily visible and clearly legible and be at least 2 mm high. Packs containing Class A eggs shall bear on the outer surface in easily visible and clearly legible type:.
In addition to the requirements laid down in paragraph 1, packs containing Class A eggs shall bear on the outer surface in easily visible and clearly legible type the farming method.
For the identification of the farming method only the following terms shall be used:. Paragraph 2 shall apply without prejudice to national technical measures going beyond the minimum requirements laid down in Annex II, which may apply only to producers of the Member State concerned and provided that they are compatible with Community law.
Packs containing Class B eggs shall bear on the outer surface in easily visible and clearly legible type:. The Member States may require, for packs of eggs produced on their territory, that the labels be affixed in such a way so as to be broken when opening the packs.
Where the period of laying is indicated, the date of minimum durability shall be determined from the first day of that period.
Where indications referred to in paragraph 1 are used, the laying date and the time limit of nine days shall be shown on the pack in such a way as to be easily visible and clearly legible.
Where an indication of how the laying hens are fed is used, the following minimum requirements shall apply:. For loose egg sales, the following information shall be given in such a manner as to be easily visible and clearly legible to the consumer:.
Industrial eggs shall be marketed in packaging containers with a red band or label. Packed Class A eggs may be repacked only by packing centres.
Each pack shall contain only eggs of a single batch. Producers shall record information on the farming methods, specifying for each farming method used:.
Where a producer uses different farming methods on a single production site, the information referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be broken down by hen house.
For the purposes of this Article, instead of keeping records of sales and deliveries, producers may keep files of invoices and delivery notes marked as indicated in paragraphs 1 and 2.
For the purposes of this Article, instead of keeping records of sales and deliveries, collectors may keep files of invoices and delivery notes marked as indicated in paragraph 1.
Where Class A eggs and their packs bear an indication of how laying hens are fed in accordance with Article 15, packing centres using such indications shall keep separate records in accordance with paragraph 1.
For the purposes of this Article, instead of keeping records of sales and deliveries, packing centres may keep files of invoices and delivery notes marked as indicated in paragraphs 1 and 2.
Records and files referred to in Articles 7 2 , 20, 21 and 22 shall be kept for at least 12 months from the date of their creation.
The Member States shall appoint inspection services to check compliance with this Regulation. The inspection services referred to in paragraph 1 shall check the products covered by this Regulation at all stages of marketing.
For Class A eggs imported from third countries, the checks provided for in paragraph 2 shall be made at the time of customs clearance and prior to the release for free circulation.
Class B eggs imported from third countries shall be released for free circulation only after checking at the time of customs clearance that their final destination is the processing industry.
Apart from random sampling, operators shall be inspected at a frequency to be determined by the inspection services on the basis of a risk analysis as referred to in paragraph 2, taking account, at least, of:.
Inspections shall be conducted regularly and be unannounced. Records referred to in Articles 20, 21 and 22 shall be made available on first request to the inspection services.
Decisions by inspection services following inspections provided for in Article 24 indicating non-compliance with this Regulation may only be taken for the whole of the batch which has been checked.
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Skywalker was able to use the fighter's proton torpedoes to disrupt and destroy one of the Star Destroyer's tractor beam projectors.
Though the fighter escaped to hyperspace , it was severely damaged and its travel vector had been provided to local freelancers along with a bounty offer of 30, credits.
AA's hyperdrive disengaged in the middle of empty space. Artoo's moaning predicted the outcome of the computer's diagnostics: the hyperdrive was severely damaged, and the resulting power surge had destroyed the fighter's subspace transmitter.
Though Skywalker and R2-D2 were unharmed, it would take some delicate work in zero-gravity to repair AA's damaged systems enough to get the Jedi and his faithful droid to safety.
Skywalker and R2-D2 brainstormed a solution to their dilemma. Had the starfighter been carrying any other pilot, it would have been doomed to drift in space forever.
But Skywalker was both a Jedi and a skilled mechanic, and his droid counterpart had the benefit of forty years of working experience.
Luke's first instinct was to try to cobble a single working hyperdrive motivator from the remains of the port and starboard units, but after putting in several hours of work to access the port motivator he was dismayed to find that its shield casing was riddled with cracks.
Knowing a hyperdrive without an intact superconducting shield was useless, and having no way to seal the shield casings in deep space , he chose to examine the starboard motivator from a distance before digging through AA's systems even deeper.
He found that the starboard unit was equally useless, and formulated a new plan. Further discussion with R2-D2 led Skywalker to try to restore some degree of subspace communication functionality.
The droid determined that the eight kilometers of superconducting wire in AA's sensor jammer could be repurposed for use as a low-efficiency antenna.
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