Wing Ming Farm
🚚 The Fastest Delivery Time : 2 Days Delivery
🐝 Supplier / Place Of Origin：Wing Ming Farm / Yuen Long
🔖 Certification： AFCD’s Livestock Licensed Farm: LK1106; one of the 20 licensed and regulated farms of the Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department.
🎗 Online Restricted Food Selling Permit License Number: 0363802523
Approved License: Prepackaged Frozen (Chilled) Poultry
Licensed address: Healthy Express, A19, 4th Floor, Luen Hing Factory Building, 109, King Lam Street
🌱 Producer Introduction：
🔖 Hong Kong local
🔖 No added hormones
🔖 Farm direct delivery
Wing Ming Farm, under the supervision of the Hong Kong Agriculture, Fisheries and Conservation Department, is the hard work of chicken farmer Li Leung Kei for more than 30 years. Experienced, he developed his own black-feather chicken and black-bone chicken suitable for steaming. The meat is tender and the chicken tastes fresh and sweet. Chickens are only produced on Hong Kong-produced Tai Sang Feed, mixed with first-class corn, and raised with sustainable fishmeal. The farm is its own family-style one-stop production, quality assurance.
🐓 Wing Ming chicken is very popular among our parents and those of a certain age, and is considered to be the best chicken breed that retains the traditional chicken flavour and tender meat of our young age.
🌱 Supplier Products：
🛍 Product Information (Main) (English)：
Binomial Name：Gallus gallus domestica
Other Names：Wing Ming Eggs
Product Description：100% Hong Kong-raised "Raise with care, eat with peace of mind, buy with confidence".
Among many eggs, chicken eggs are the most popular. According to the survey by the International Egg Council (IEC), Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan are tied as the top 3 major egg consuming markets in the world. According to statistics from the Census and Statistics Department of Hong Kong, eggs in Hong Kong used to come mainly from China, but in the past ten years, the market share of eggs produced in Southeast Asia such as Malaysia, Thailand and the United States has continued to rise in Hong Kong, and they have become the eggs of choice for many people.
Although eggs are common, their delicacy should not be underestimated. Chua Lam, a gourmet, is a good example of egg lovers. He once invited different famous chefs to use an egg to cook for him in a TV show, which shows the versatility and knowledge of eggs.
Daily farm fresh, hormone-free eggs. (a box of eight)
Supply Season：There are supply throughout the year.
Storage Method：Store at low temperature. Refrigerated at 2-4 degrees Celsius for 30 days; 25 degrees Celsius or below for two weeks.
#Should Be / Avoided：
The medical profession once believed that because the cholesterol content in eggs is too high, it may cause people's cardiovascular diseases and other problems. However, this narrative has changed in recent years. Many research reports have pointed out that 80% of the cholesterol in the human body is synthesized by the body itself, which has nothing to do with eating cholesterol. It is saturated fat and very unhealthy artificial trans fat that will stimulate the rise of cholesterol. In 2015, the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition published a study in which researchers followed 20,000 test subjects for 20 years and confirmed that how many eggs with egg yolks eaten per week will not increase our risk of myocardial infarction or stroke. chance of cardiovascular disease. In early April 2016, the American Dietary Advisory Committee also promulgated the latest dietary guidelines, eliminating the limit of cholesterol intake of no more than 300 mg per day, and canceling the long-standing statement that eating eggs will lead to high cholesterol and cardiovascular diseases.
Are eggs an "inflammatory food"? Some people, even Chinese medicine practitioners, think that when the body is sick, inflamed, or arthritis, they should not eat eggs?
Eggs have both pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory properties: Egg yolks contain arachidonic acid, which promotes inflammation in the body, and some healthcare professionals even recommend limiting consumption to two eggs a week. However, there is currently no evidence that eliminating eggs from the diet prevents arthritis or improves arthritis and other inflammatory conditions. On the contrary, studies have pointed out that eggs contain a variety of nutrients and have anti-inflammatory properties.
Don't believe the rumors that eggs and soy milk are incompatible. Soybeans do contain substances that are not conducive to protein digestion and absorption, but after the soy milk is fully boiled, this substance will be destroyed and will no longer inhibit protein digestion and absorption. If this substance is not destroyed, it will not specifically target eggs, but will affect all food proteins, including the protein contained in soy milk itself.
Cooking Skills：Do not overcook or fry. Generally, after the water is boiled, the eggs can be boiled on low heat for 5-6 minutes. If the cooking time is too long, the protein will coagulate too much, which will affect digestion and absorption. When frying eggs, the fire should not be too high, and the time should not be too long, otherwise the eggs will harden, the taste will be bad, and it will affect digestion and absorption.
Supply Period： There Are Supply Throughout The Year.
Suggested Eating Method：
Don't boil over fire or fry. Eggs are usually cooked for 5 ~ 6 minutes after the water is boiled. If the cooking time is too long, the protein will be too solidified and affects digestion and absorption. When fried eggs, the fire should not be too large, and the time should not be too long, otherwise the eggs will harden, the taste is not good, and it will also affect digestion and absorption.
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We attach importance to the sustainable development of our products and the needs of consumers for environmental protection. We are committed to working with suppliers to improve product packaging and reduce the use of plastic materials. And to make an appropriate balance, make the best choice between transportation and production needs and environmental protection. As long as consumers have used Wing Ming egg packaging boxes, we encourage consumers to fold the boxes and return them to us next time, and we will return them to the farm for recycling!