Eggland's Best Grade A Eggs
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Eggland's Best Grade A Eggs

BY EGGLAND'S BEST

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Egg-Land's Best® Farm Fresh Best Grade A Eggs Large.

EB quality approved.

12 grade A eggs.

All natural.

Vegetarian fed hens.

Now!

For your nutritious diet.

Excellent source of... Vitamins D, B12, E.

Good source of... Vitamins B2, B5.

Plus-115mg omega 3.

25% less saturated fat than regular eggs.

Per egg - see nutrition facts for cholesterol content.

American Masters of taste gold superior taste. see more...

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Nikki  N.
779 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 4
I always use Eggland’s Best. They have a fresh taste and whip up beautifully. I notice a difference in the quality of my baked goods when I use them. Especially when making things like a pie crust. They are easy to find at your local grocery store in the dairy section. Look in the Sunday paper for coupons as well to save some extra $$$
Pepper W.
1 review
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Your eggs have have a white mucus over them which is very unappetizing.  I used to love your eggs, but I cannot eat anymore. 
Using some in my baking, but the rest will be thrown out. Try removing white mucus, break yokes. What is your problem.  I am 82 and have cracked a lot of eggs in my lifetime. Please help me with explanation. 
S A Warrens
Email: pepwar@sbcglobal.net
V A.
1 review
Review for: Jumbo, Extra more...
I find these eggs entirely unusable for family get-togethers, events or for Easter.  This is because they put a bright red logo on each and every egg.  Not even sure why they feel a need to logo an egg; Better brands without the fake dye imo.  Does the consumer pay for that red stamp - of course.
Melissa G.
Maurice, LA
524 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 3
These are eggs. There is nothing special about these eggs, absolutely nothing, unless you count the stamp, then, they're just eggs with a stamp. They don't taste any better, aren't any healthier, aren't anything more than any other egg you'll find in the grocery store. I honestly can't think of one reason I would ever spend this much on these eggs again. What a rip off.
Cynthia A.
Rocky Face, GA
13 reviews
Eggland's Best Grade A Large Eggs are my go-to when making egg dishes, like my Pulled Pork Deviled Eggs. Not only do Eggland's Best eggs stay fresher longer, their shells seem to be stronger than those of other eggs, making for perfectly boiled eggs every single time! Eggland's Best Grade A Eggs
jennifer b.
Waterbury, CT
240 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 3
Review for: Jumbo more...
I absolutely love egglands best its the best eggs around besides land o lakes. When i use for hard boil like that its easy to peel and i dont have to struggle to peel.
Krista B.
153 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
England's Best are my favorite eggs! I always try to buy them when I can because I feel that they taste better. They seem to have a more wholesome taste and generally seem to be larger in size. The only downside is that they definitely tend to be more pricey than others.
Kristen N.
Parma, OH
107 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 1
Review for: Jumbo, Extra more...
These are the only eggs I buy! I love them! They are high quality and taste great, especially in a go-to scrambled egg dish. They are a little pricier than other eggs but totally worth it. I’ve been able to find this brand at every grocery store I go to!
Hannah M.
Maryville, TN
322 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 3
Anytime I buy these, the quality is always so fresh! I have no problem with this brand, except the price. I usually get them when on sale, but I will not buy them regulary priced.
Jiset H.
Lehigh Acres, FL
5 reviews
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I like Eggland's Best a lot better than other brands. It has a better consistency, quality, and it seems to cook better than others. I like buying the bigger one because that way I just use one egg instead of two and it's just enough for me. I would say that when using for baking or cooking get the regular ones so that it's more accurate with measurements.
kelly m.
172 reviews
Foodie Expert Level 5
Which is better White or Brown eggs?

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