With "artificial" Chinese eggs supposedly advancing into specific parts of Kerala, state Health Minister KK Shylaja on Wednesday said a test would be launched to find out the reality.
Ms Shylaja said that she has not got any dissensions on "artificial" Chinese eggs, but rather she will look at the media reports and see if such an item has advanced into the state.
"I will now ask the Food Safety Commissioner to truly investigate these media reports that such an item is accessible. It would be pleasant on the off chance that somebody comes up and gives an example of it so the tests can be led rapidly," said Shylaja.
Reports have as of late surfaced that these "simulated" eggs were coming into the state from Tamil Nadu.
As indicated by reports, Idukki locale of Kerala flanking Tamil Nadu is the place this item is accessible.
Idukki locale Medical Officer Rekha likewise guaranteed a test into the matter.
Dissimilar to ordinary eggs "manufactured eggs" are cocoa in shading and don't draw in flies and don't ruin or decay even in the wake of cooking or forgetting them in the open.
In any case, these are unsubstantiated cases.