When you perform destination inspection of shell eggs at a military installation,
you determine the identity of the product. Part of the inspection for identity is to:
a. Obtain the certificate for the lot and determine if the product shipped and the
one received are the same.
b. Ask the truck driver to certify that the product being delivered is the same as
the one inspected at origin.
Compare the padlock number of the truck with the number of the certificate
accompanying the shipment.
Explain the procedure for determining the internal temperature of shell eggs in tray
a. Take the center egg from the ___________________ ________________ of
the compartment not being weighed.
b. Hold the thermometer securely in your hand and push the _______________
of the thermometer gently into the egg.
After_________ minutes, remove the thermometer and ______________ the
At time of delivery, fresh shell eggs 15 days old or less must have a
case-average internal egg temperature no higher than ________________ with
no individual case having an internal egg temperature exceeding ____________.
Determine the net weight of each sample case from a lot of consumer grade shell
a. Remove a sample of ____________________eggs from the container.
b. Weigh the 15 dozen eggs in their carton to the nearest __________ pound.
Determine the ____________ ___________ and subtract it from the weight of
the 15 dozen egg sample.
d. Multiply ___________ _____________by ____________ in order to obtain
the actual net weight of the case.