(Photos) Man-made Fake Eggs Sold on China Night Market
Posted by chinaview on August 15, 2007
Zhengzhou city’s local newspaper Zhengzhou Daily (Zhengzhou is the capital city of Henan province, in Central China) reported on Aug 13, 2007 that resident Mr. Wang, who’s selling food additive for many years, found that the chicken eggs he bought on night market didn’t look nature- his experience in food told him the “eggs” were made by additive!
So he caught the boss of the restaurant and asked him to tell he the truth, otherwise he will sue to the authority. The boss then reluctantly told Ms. Wang that the eggs were totally man-made, he actually didn’t make it himself but bought from a producer, and had finally told him the process of how to make fake “eggs”.
Mr. Wang then bought some materials – chemical food additive- and exposed to the reporter how to make fake eggs.
Above: additive liquor, for making egg yolk
Above: egg yolk is ready after concreting
Above: put “egg white” – also additive- on egg yolk
After put the “egg” inside a calcium carbonate eggshell, a complete egg is ready – it only take less than 5 minutes.
Why make fake eggs ?
Because of money.
The cost of fake egg is only 0.55 Yuan/kg, while the true eggs’ market price is 5.6 Yuan/kg.
Read the Chinese report of this story Via Watching China website.
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