U.S. egg products contain food processing specifications, which generally include type of product, packaging, USDA inspection, and various lab analyses for physical, bacteriological, and chemical information. For a few egg products, there are typical USDA specifications or you can obtain exact egg product specifications from your supplier.
Egg product suppliers will work with food manufacturers to meet their special needs. Other ingredients may be added to egg products to complement its functional properties such as carbohydrates to whole egg and yolk products used in baked goods, salt to frozen yolks used in mayonnaise and salad dressings, or skim milk solids and vegetable oils to scrambled egg mixes. You can obtain the specifications for such blends from your U.S. egg product supplier.