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How To Extend Shelf-Life of Freeze-Dried Eggs

How can I have my eggs that I purchased last longer? This is a question we receive often and thought we would share what we, and other customers, do to accomplish this. It's fairly quick and easy and we provide all the links you need.

If you are going to store them for long-term (5+ years), we recommend placing them in a cool dark place, in a sealed container. Each of our packages contains an oxygen absorber and have been commercially sealed, but for even longer storage, doing this will help.

Some of our clients put them in Mylar bags for extra protection, which blocks out the light and keeps mice and other critters out. If this interests you, we recommend using these.

If you plan on opening a package for partial use and need a way to seal them, we recommend (and use personally) the below items. An opened bag should be used within 7-10 days if stored correctly.

We hope this helps and if you have any further questions please send us an email.

Don't forget to sign-up for our VIP Text Club. When we have items in stock, we send a text to our VIP Members first. Our products, eggs especially, don't last very long so this is a great way to get notified before the general public.


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