Senior in Animal Science and Industry
This summer I am working in Grand Rapids, Michigan as a production intern in an egg processing plant for Cargill Kitchen Solutions! Even though I’m a meat science girl, I decided to branch out and try a different sector of the food industry! I am learning to manage a plant that processes eggs for McDonalds, IHOP, Denny’s, cruise lines, schools, food service entities and even prisons! Even though I have come to dislike the smell of eggs and have more egg memorabilia than any person should EVER have, I am learning a lot about plant management, food safety, food quality, and people management. So for the summer, I have temporarily switched my license plate from EAT BEEF to EAT EGGS!
For more information about Cargill Kitchen Solutions visit www.cargill.com/company/businesses/cargill-kitchen-solutions/index.jsp.
Fun Fact: In order to tell if an egg is raw or hard-boiled, spin it! If it is still liquid inside, it will wobble. If its hard boiled, it will spin easily.