Senate Sub. for HB 2102 updates the Kansas Egg Law regarding repackaged eggs.
[Note: “Repackaging eggs” means removing a broken or dirty egg from a carton and
replacing it with an unbroken and clean egg, as long as certain requirements in continuing law are met.]
The bill specifies an inspection fee in continuing law will be paid only once on eggs
remaining in the eggs’ original container or repackaged in accordance with law that are graded higher than Grade B.
The bill clarifies which requirements must be met for repackaged eggs, repackaged eggs
that may be graded higher than Grade B, and repackaged eggs to be graded Grade B.
The bill replaces the word “repacked” with “repackaged.”