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Eggland's Best Organic Cage Free Grade A Brown Eggs Large - 12 CT uploaded by Janet B.
Eggland's Best Organic Cage Free Grade A Brown Eggs Large - 12 CT

Eggland's Best Organic Cage Free Grade A Brown Eggs Large - 12 CT

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4.64 / 5 based on 14 Reviews

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Eggland's Best Organicâ„¢ Large Cage Free Grade A Brown Eggs.
Farm fresh.
Quality EB Approved.
USDA organic.
12 grade A brown eggs. Large.
Now! For your nutritious diet.
Excellent source of...
Vitamin D,B12, E.
Good source of...
Vitamins B2, B5.
Plus -115 mg omega 3.
25% less saturated fat than regular eggs.
Vegetarian fed hens.
Per egg-see nutrition facts for cholesterol content.
American masters of taste.
Gold superior taste. see more...

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Eggland's Best Organic Cage Free Grade A Brown Eggs Large - 12 CT
Eggland's Best Organic Cage Free Grade A Brown Eggs Large - 12 CT
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Karen G.
Mastic Beach, NY
58 reviews
Eggland's Best makes the best eggs, but these are the best of the best. I find the brown ages are more flavorful than the white eggs. I always get these if I can!
Giselle  G.
64 reviews
These are the best eggs I can find in my local stores. I find that brown eggs in general taste better than white eggs. I use these for cooking and also in face masks and hair masks. Good source of protein and biotin plus many other nutrients.
Kelly S.
Buffalo, NY
70 reviews
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Hands down my favorite egg. I am a firm believer that raising chickens free-range results in richer tasting eggs. Eggs are again acknowledged as the perfect source of protein and we know that dietary cholesterol does not lead to higher circulating cholesterol. An egg a day keeps the doctor away! Highly recommend.
khadijah r.
Dubai
107 reviews
Brown eggs are healthier than white eggs and Egg-land's Best Brown Eggs are fresh and great for a healthy omelette
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