Organic, free range eggs will enhance everything from a simple egg sandwich to your next birthday cake.
Creamy yellow yolks and sturdy whites make these eggs the pinnacle of kitchen staples. With buttery and bright notes, these organic, free-range beauties come from chickens feasting on bugs, beetles, alfalfa, clover, and other native grasses.
The chickens are fed GMO-free, corn-free, and soy-free feed. The feed contains a specially formulated blend of wheat, peas, barley, fishmeal, flax seed, kelp, and a nutri-balancer which has kelp, vitamins, and minerals.
The fishmeal in the feed is 100% whole sardine meal that is wild-caught off the coast of South America. The fishery has a sustainability certificate so they only harvest what they can take to sustainably keep the fish population going for the future. We used mixed tocopherols as the preservative (the only preservative allowed under Organic Regulations) and never use Ethoxyquin. The fish meal is used in the ration both as a great source of protein and amino acids, but also because it attracts the birds to their feed and actually helps them digest it better.
*Washed in soapy water
Honest Disclosure: The farmer buys in feed and does not grow it himself. It is not traceable back to a single farm. The eggs are washed in soapy water, which removes the bloom from the egg. This means that the eggs should be refrigerated.