(07-09-2015, 08:53 PM)Coolchick Wrote: ok look here.
you cant see that chalkboard very well but some of them you can make out the price per kg..
I would do some comparison pricing at other health food stores because they may be charging unrealistic prices there.
I wonder what they charge for their organic eggs.
Quote:Here some egg facts you should know.:
All eggs should be kept refrigerated at all times.
The egg shell is quite porous and washing the outside of an egg can significantly reduce the lifetime and freshness of eggs.
The egg is protected by the hen's bloom which helps protects and seals the porous egg shell.
The best eggs are fresh eggs directly from farmer to the retail store and not pre-processed (other than candling) or washed.
Red spots on the yolk are naturally occuring. They occur in about 1 out of every 100 eggs. They generally diminish in size as the egg ages and a red spot could mean that it is a fresh egg! A spot does not mean that the egg has been fertilized.
There is no difference in nutrition from a white egg or a brown egg.