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Recall expected to have little impact in Colo., but local producers still want to share some egg-safety basics

Monday, April 16, 2018

Colorado’s egg farmers are proud to provide high quality farm-fresh eggs to consumers throughout the state.

In light of an ongoing voluntary recall by an out-of-state producer, it is important to reiterate their commitment to food safety and to remind consumers that eggs produced in Colorado are safe.

You can be confident that Colorado Egg Producer Association (CEP) member farms have not packaged or handled eggs coming from the farm identified in the recall.

Voluntary recall issued on eggs distributed from North Carolina farm

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Egg farmers are committed to assuring the health and well-being of their flocks and to producing safe, high-quality eggs.

As a precautionary measure, an egg recall is in progress, because they have the potential to be contaminated with Salmonella Braenderup. 

CEP teams up with Ronald McDonald House, Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children to help brighten the Easter season

Friday, March 30, 2018
Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association representatives were serving up omelettes and Easter spirit to the patients, families and staff with the Rocky Mountain Hospital for Children and Ronald McDonald House in Denver.
 
Putting together the event were CEP Outreach Events Coordinator Terri Heine, Executive Director Bill Scebbi, Board Vice President Jerry Wilkins, and Industry Relations Manager David Collie. 

Reaching out to those in need a high priority for Colorado's egg producers

Saturday, March 31, 2018

It is perhaps what makes me most proud to be associated with the Colorado Egg Producers (CEP) Association; the amount of resources our organization devotes to helping those in need.

This month, the local egg farms that make up our organization once again partnered with Feeding Colorado and our local food banks, to donate more than 300,000 eggs – ensuring those in need would have eggs in time for the holiday. 

While this marks the 11th year in a row that CEP has collaborated with Feeding Colorado for Easter, it's estimated that Colorado's local egg farms altogether donate about 1 million eggs to the state's food banks throughout the year.

REMINDER: Ag Day at the Capitol set for March 22; CEP reps taking part, helping organize event

Wednesday, February 28, 2018
A celebration of Colorado's agricultural producers and agribusinesses is set for Thursday, March 22, at the Capitol Building in Denver. 
 
The ag organizations that make up the Colorado Agriculture Council will once again host Agriculture Day at the Capitol, starting at 10:30 a.m. and featuring the teaming up of 14 local chefs with various lawmakers and ag representatives in a cook-off competition of Colorado-grown foods.
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