Hash House A Go Go has committed to exclusively using Davidson’s Safest Choice pasteurized eggs when making its twisted farm food.

Safest Choice eggs from National Pasteurized Eggs (NPE) are supplied to one Reno, Nevada, and four Las Vegas Hash House locations and are now proudly featured on the menu of its new Chicago location that opened on July 24, 2012.

Hash House has been serving farm-fresh food with a funky, modern twist for 12 years and offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner at its six locations.

Known for its creative menu, oversized portions, and unique presentations, Hash House is also committed to food safety.

NPE is excited to be a supplier partner as Hash House continues to expand. With its newest location now open, Hash House will be serving more than 5 million Safest Choice eggs annually. That's 100,000 times a week that Hash House serves safe eggs to its guests.

“We want people to be aware of our innovative position in the foodservice industry and our commitment to food safety by using only pasteurized eggs, ensuring safety in our kitchens and the safety of those dishes made with raw or gently cooked eggs,” says Jim Rees, co-owner and partner of Hash House. “That is why we have their logo on our menus, so our customers know we focus on taste, quality, and safety to ensure they have the best experience possible.”

Safest Choice eggs are a mainstay in foodservice institutions since being introduced in 2003.

Safest Choice eggs are pasteurized in an all-natural warm water bath to destroy salmonella and other bacteria. This process provides superior egg safety and ensures the taste, nutrition, and high quality of a fresh shell egg, which is essential when serving soft-cooked egg dishes such as sunny-side-up or over-easy, or sauces such as hollandaise.

Home cooks can find Safest Choice eggs at an increasing number of leading retail chains and independent grocers across the country.

“I’m thrilled to be working with Safest Choice eggs because this product gives me peace of mind when creating dishes that call for poached or over easy eggs,” says Hash House’s executive chef, Anthony Vidal. “The high quality and great taste of these eggs made our decision to make the Safest Choice an easy one.” 

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