Eggs available at grocery stores across the province are fresh, and almost all of them are from local egg farmers right here in Alberta. Most eggs typically arrive at the grocery store within about a week of the time they […]
Raw shell eggs will keep in the refrigerator without significant quality loss for up to three weeks after the Best Before Date stamped on the carton. Keep your eggs as fresh as possible by storing them in the main body […]
In order to keep the eggs their freshest and fresh for longer, they should be stored in the main body of the refrigerator, in their original carton.
The easiest way to tell if your eggs are fresh is by checking the Best Before Date on the carton, which is just one of the reasons why it’s important to keep eggs stored in their original carton. If you […]
Grade-A eggs have a clean and uncracked shell, a round and centered yolk, a firm white, and a small air cell. Grade-A eggs are the ones sold at grocery stores for Canadians to enjoy. Grade-B eggs are sold for commercial […]
Yolk color is entirely dependent on the type of feed the hens eat. Wheat-based feed tends to produce lighter yolks, while corn-based feed tends to produce darker yolks. The yolk color does not affect the flavor, quality, or nutritional value […]
The only difference between white and brown eggs is the color of the hen that laid that laid them; white hens lay white eggs and brown hens lay brown eggs. There is no nutritional difference between regular white and brown […]
Nest Laid and Comfort Coop eggs are two examples of eggs that are laid by hens living in a furnished housing system. The nutritional value of these eggs is the same as regular white or brown eggs.
Free-run eggs are laid by hens living in a free-run housing system, while free-range eggs are laid by hens living in a free-range housing system. The nutritional value of free-run and free-range eggs is the same as regular white or […]