Vulnerable people have been given the go ahead to eat raw and lightly cooked eggs produced under a second system after it was backed by regulators in the United Kingdom.

Hen shell eggs produced under the Laid in Britain assurance scheme were deemed safe to be eaten by infants, children, pregnant women and elderly people, either raw or in foods with lightly cooked eggs such as mousses and fresh mayonnaise.

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