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Davidson's Safest Choice® Pasteurized Shell Eggs for…
Diners' taste for ethnic menu items is the rare trend that appears to be here to stay. Davidson's Safest Choice® pasteurized shell eggs put safe, farm-fresh flavor in your ethnic menu. Read more >
Eggs in the shell are naturally gluten-free. With high protein and comfort value, Davidson's Safest Choice® pasteurized shell eggs can be a building block in your gluten-free menu. Read more >
No time for breakfast? Grab 'n' go! Davidson's Safest Choice® pasteurized shell eggs can help you bring convenient, but filling offerings to your grab 'n' go foodservice menu. Read more >
Davidson's Safest Choice® pasteurized shell eggs are compliant with rigorous food safety standards such as the FDA Food Code and CMS F371. Read more >
Healthcare foodservice operators choose Davidson's Safest Choice® pasteurized shell eggs for their remarkable adaptability to healthcare initiatives such as room service. Read more >
The Davidson's™ healthcare team is pleased to offer you creative ideas for your theme dining events to enhance your residents' experiences and generate lively socialization. Read more >
Eggs are an excellent protein source for ovo-vegetarians. Davidson's Safest Choice® pasteurized shell eggs can make your vegetarian foodservice menu the star of the show! Read more >
Discover how cross contamination is a contributing factor to foodborne illnesses, where the trouble spots are in both commercial and home kitchens, and action steps you can take to safeguard your clients today. This free, online CE course is approved for RDNs, DTRs, CDMs, REHSs, and Certified Chefs. Free CE: Cross Contamination Action Ideas >
Food safety starts on the farm, works its way through food processing & distribution and then finds its way to those who cook and serve food. About 7 of every 10 of foodborne illnesses are linked to food we eat away from home. Download a free inservice for training your foodservice employees about farm-to-fork food safety.