Egg Nutrition Information

Unlike most cereals and yogurt, eggs only contain one ingredient – “eggs.” They don’t contain sugar or carbs either. And at 17¢ a serving, they’re the least expensive source of high-quality protein.

Did you know eggs have 6 grams of high-quality protein and that a protein-packed breakfast helps sustain mental and physical energy throughout the day? That’s good news for people of any age!

EGG YOLKS

Unlike most cereals and yogurt, eggs only contain one ingredient – “eggs.” They don’t contain sugar or carbs either. And at 17¢ a serving, they’re the least expensive source of high-quality protein.

ZERO CARBS NO SUGAR Eggs contain zero carbs and no sugar. That means you can eat a well-rounded breakfast during the week without feeling round yourself..

Double-yolked eggs are often laid by young hens whose egg production cycles are not yet completely synchronized, or by hens which are old enough to produce Extra Large-sized eggs.

There are 7 to 17 thousand tiny pores on the shell surface

THE DELICIOUS NUTRITIOUS EGG NEWS

Toasted Pecan Oat Pie

Toasted Pecan Oat Pie

Budget bites, basic baking!
Like all of you, we’re on a budget this holiday season. Pecans are pricey, so we’re substituting half of them with crunchy toasted oats. We also added in an extra egg (cause that’s what we do 😊) to keep the pie extra ooey gooey. This twist on pecan pie is now a new favorite!

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Transitioning to Cage-Free Hen Housing

Transitioning to Cage-Free Hen Housing

Starting January 1, Colorado Egg Producers Will Begin Transitioning to Cage-Free Hen Housing

Soon all eggs sold at Colorado grocery stores will be from cage-free hens. The Colorado general assembly passed HB20-1343 to advance animal welfare by requiring Colorado’s egg-laying hens to be housed in a cage free environment. Additionally, the act also prohibits business owners from selling or transporting for sale in Colorado egg products that are not from a cage-free farm.

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World Egg Day 2022: Eggs for a better life

World Egg Day 2022: Eggs for a better life

This year’s World Egg Day celebrates the brilliant versatility of the egg and its vast variety of benefits to people at every age and stage of life.  The egg is one of the most nutrient-dense natural food sources on the planet. Its all-round goodness can be drawn on by everyone, from the first 1,000 days of life to old-age.  The power of this perfect package is unbeatable! Improving brain function, supporting  physical strength, aiding child growth – the egg can do it all!

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