Aubrey: These are Singapore farm fresh eggs. Then they separate the males and females. Then they clean them and pack them with a machine.
Teddy: I've never tried Singapore farm eggs.
Pieter: Ah, I think it's good, because it's local. I wonder why they separate them.
Aubrey: So they don't get babies.
Adam: How much do they cost?
Aubrey: I don't know. It doesn't say on the carton.
Ms Florence: What color is the egg?
Aubrey: I don't know.
Adam: But there's a picture on the container.
Aubrey: But it may not be the same inside. I don't know.
Siena: If you go this from Singapore, which farm did you get it from?
Aubrey: I don't know where my mom got it.
We took a close look at the carton. It said that it had been packaged for NTUC.
Emanie: Oh, that's Fair Price. It must be from Fair Price.
We also saw there was a company name on the eggs. We wondered if that was the name of the farm maybe. There was also a logo that showed it was a local product. We decided we might look to see how many more products we can find with that logo the next time we go to the supermarket.
We wanted to know more about why the hens and roosters are separated so we watched a YouTube clip about egg production.