Several years ago, “Dateline NBC” aired a segment on salmonella in eggs caused by illegal enterprises that were repackaging old returned eggs as new and sending them back to stores. That inspired Brad Parker to start EggFusion and prevent such schemes from being possible. EggFusion, Deerfield, Ill., has come up with a process that uses laser-marking technology to apply permanent freshness dates and traceability codes to eggshells. Not only do the eggs have a life span that is limited by ...

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