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Clearly labelled eggs are already on sale in Georgian shops

Published: June 25, 2013 | 2:08 pm
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Clearly labelled eggs are already on sale in Georgian shops. A TV3 television crew has inspected a number of supermarkets across Tbilisi. The National Food Agency has recently banned the import of eggs which do not indicate the country of origin and the production date on their labels. The program, which was introduced on 10 June, aims to have both local and imported eggs appropriately labelled. According to the Food Agency’s representative Giorgi Kurdovanidze, the program is already operating successfully. However, he does not discount the possibility that shoppers might still come across unmarked eggs in certain stores, since the produce imported prior to 10 June has not come under the program’s scrutiny.

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