Synopsis As Introduced Amends the Illinois Egg and Egg Products Act. Defines "lot consolidation" and "registered lot consolidator". Provides that no eggs may be offered for sale for consumer use 45 days or more after candling (rather than after the original 30-day candling date). Extends the expiration date labeling requirement for grade A and AA eggs to no later than 45 days after candling. Removes provisions concerning the repackaging of eggs for sale to consumers. Provides that eggs may be repackaged only when the retailer performs a lot consolidation where the lot consolidation is performed by or under the supervision of a registered lot consolidator. Adds provisions concerning the training and registration of lot consolidators. Requires that stores wishing to consolidate egg lots retain a physical copy of the registered lot consolidator's registration document and maintain Egg Lot Consolidation Log form. Provides that eggs shall be consolidated in a manner consistent with the specified training, every lot consolidation shall be documented using an Egg Lot Consolidation Log form, and that registered lot consolidators shall work at one physical location only.