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A Fresh Start With The Most Nutritious Eggs

It’s no surprise that year after year, getting in shape and eating more healthily continue to be the most popular resolutions made by Americans nationwide. Consumers looking for easy to prepare, nutritious foods to help…





Live Longer with Eggs

Could eggs be the secret to longevity? Emma Morano, who has recently been declared the world’s oldest living person, thinks so. She’s been eating three eggs a day for decades after a doctor suggested it…


New Amendment on Organic Food Labeling Needs Support

Egg Innovations, the nation’s leader in Free Range and Pasture Raised egg production, encourages all consumers and industry peers to express their support by commenting on the newest proposal from USDA’s Agricultural Marketing Service.  The…


An Egg-cellent Easter

If eggs are a part of your family’s Easter celebrations, there are some important handling tips to remember when you’re decorating, cooking, or hiding them. Egg Safety Shop carefully: Purchase refrigerated eggs at the end…


Easier and Faster Hard-Boiled Eggs

Do you love hard-boiled eggs, but avoid making them because peeling off the shell is so annoying? You’re not alone. Fortunately the American Egg Board is introducing a new method just in time for Easter…


“America’s Best Recipe” Contest

Eggland’s Best (EB), is looking for the best original egg recipe with the launch of their 2016 “America’s Best Recipe” Contest. For the first time ever, they are inviting EB-enthusiasts to submit recipes featuring EB…


Cage Free is Not Enough

We’ve all heard about Cage Free eggs, the “better” alternative to Caged eggs, but are they really humane? The U.S. Agricultural Department recently reported that approximately 8.6 percent of the country’s egg-laying hens, or 23.6…