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Don't forget you really only should use fresh eggs. To check if the egg is fresh, drop it into a glass of water - if it floats it is stale. Eggs that sink are the fresh ones.
With regard to the refrigeration of eggs:
Eggs for domestic use do not receive any refrigeration prior to purchase (although they are maintained at a constant-ish temperature before arriving on the shelf) but it is advisable to put them in the fridge after purchase to inhibit the growth of Salmonella.
BTW eggs for industrial use may be held in cold storage for weeks/months prior to their being transported to the processor.