A large family breakfast I shot for egg producer L J Fairburn has been used to decorate the company’s board room. The directors and children gathered at the home of chef Rachel Green as part of our food photography commission. A stream of runny eggs and toast emerged from Rachel’s kitchen as part of a campaign promoting soft boiled eggs for all as a now safe food.
Sarah Louise Fairburn said: “I am a Mummy to four young children – all of which have been brought up on our runny British Farm eggs. Dippy eggs and soldiers are an absolutely must in our household! The humble egg has reinstated itself after years of backlash as one of the most nutrient rich foods – and its consumption as a breakfast product in the UK has risen dramatically with scrambled eggs being the most popular form for early morning meal times.”
She adds: “It has now been scientifically proven that British Lion runny eggs are safe to eat by pregnant ladies, the elderly and toddlers. We encourage the FSA to accept the recommendation from the Advisory Committee on the Microbiological Safety of Food (ACMSF) and officially change its advice to vulnerable groups. British Lion runny eggs should be on the menu – for all!”
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