Farmers and industry experts have all expressed concerns the UK egg market may be undercut by cheap Eastern European eggs come the 2012 conventional cage-ban but PW’s sleuths can reveal Polish eggs are ALREADY on sale in the UK…albeit in a Polish shop in Sutton.


Not that I am a deft hand in reading Polish but I interpret this is their classification method for eggs…


Which leads me to deduce these are cage eggs (from the ‘3’).


And this is a recipe.


But as much as I am impressed by the similarities with our home grown eggs I don’t know if I’m too happy with Poland’s egg washing standards…



Hmmh, might just stick to Lion Eggs…bad luck Swiezych Karkonoskich!