Jul 27, 2017

[Ans] How many different sizes of eggs does the USDA currently recognize?


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Chicken eggs are graded by size, for the purpose of sales. The egg shell constitutes about 13% of the weight of the egg.



Step 2 : Answer to the question "How many different sizes of eggs does the USDA currently recognize?"



Six different sizes of eggs the USDA currently recognize. The United States Department of Agriculture sizing is based by weight per dozen. The most common U.S. size of chicken egg is 'Large' and is the egg size commonly referred to for recipes.


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The following egg masses including shell have been calculated on the basis of the USDA sizing: Jumbo Very Large or Extra-Large (XL) Large (L) Medium (M) Small (S) Peewee Next Step : We care our friends, so we share answers. If you care Share G +1 / Comment below your answer.