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What makes a good egg?


Animal welfare

When you treat hens with the respect and kindness they deserve, they’ll do what they were created to do — lay nature’s perfect food. Well-cared-for hens are given the right to do hen stuff — congregate, exercise, roost, scratch and even fly short distances.



Hens fed an organic vegetarian diet lay eggs with slightly more protein than conventional hens. You can also buy premium eggs with enhanced Omega-3.




Cage-free eggs are safe because they come from hens who live in a controlled environment, safe from predators and unknown field bacteria.



High-quality eggs come from hens that have a higher quality of life. For example, hens that are cage-free, organic, pasture-raised or free-range.



How to understand an egg carton

It’s a simple carrier with 12 egg-shaped slots. Yet over the years in the hands of marketing experts, the egg carton has gotten confusing. That’s why we’re here to help you learn what you need to know and what you can ignore.

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Where do good eggs come from?

The journey of a good egg begins with a good hen. Let Mama H show you everything from hen habitat to egg handling.

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Explore FAQs

Everything you’ve always wanted to know about eggs but were too chicken to ask. The answers are all here; except for "which came first, the chicken or the egg?" We’re not getting into that.

What are cage-free eggs?

Cage-free eggs come from hens that are not confined in small cages. At a minimum, each cage-free hen must have 1.0 square feet of floor space.
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What are free-range eggs?

Free-range eggs come from hens that have access to the outdoors, usually an area that is fenced in.
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What are pasture-raised eggs?

Pasture-raised eggs come from hens that have access to the outdoors with no boundaries, usually pastures, meadows, or even wooded areas.
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What does a double yolk mean?

It means the egg was likely laid by either a younger hen beginning to lay eggs, or an older hen nearing the end of her laying career. In either case, the eggs are perfectly safe.
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Good Egg Recipes

Can you think of an ingredient more widely used than eggs? Water? Sugar? Point is, eggs are ever-present in some of the world’s best culinary creations. Here are some of our favorite egg-centric recipes. 

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