Per this report, the USDA does not define the sulfur content of foods because sulfur itself is a component of several vitamins and amino acids such as methionine and cystine — both of which are present in the yolk and white of an egg.

Where Does the Sulfur Hide in those Eggs?

Why doesn’t the USDA say how much sulfur is in our food?
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