You've got to be yolking: having yellow in your egg is so last year. Japan is well ahead of the curve with white yolks
Pale golden yolks? They've been done for millennia. Time to shake it up.
At least that's what a poultry farm in the town of Otofuke in Hokkaido, Japan reckons. Chickens there are now producing eggs with a super pale, white-ish colour the whole way through, reports the Japan Times.
It might sound like some serious tampering is afoot but actually the shade of a yolk is entirely dependant on what the hens are fed. Corn equals yellow, but this lot are munching on something a little different: rice.
As well as producing all-white-everything, the farm's managers also reckon that the eggs have a slightly sweet taste.
This new discovery might make for slightly anaemic looking scrambled-eggs-on-toast, though …