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Eggs Buying Tips

These are some tips for before and after you buy your eggs!

  • Buy the freshest eggs available by checking the production date printed on the eggs.
  • Check the eggs for cracks or dirt. The eggs you purchase should be intact and in perfect condition to ensure that the eggs are safe to consume.
  • Buy only as many eggs as you can consume in a week. To enjoy freshness of eggs do not buy more eggs than you can consume over a week.
  • Buy eggs towards the end of your shopping trips. This is a simple but important tip! Firstly, this ensures they don’t crack under the weight of other groceries, and secondly, it keeps them out of refrigeration for a smaller amount of time.
  • Once you reach home, if you aren’t cooking the eggs immediately, make sure they are the first to be stored in the fridge.
  • Only eat the freshest eggs! In order to check for freshness, click here to see the easy water test you can do at home.
  • And lastly, this may seem like a detail, but it is effective in maintaining the freshness of your eggs. Best place to store eggs is in the chiller rack, right below the freezer, where the temperature is always constant. Storing them there will ensure they stay fresh for longer.

More About Eggs

Myth Busted

Myth: It’s better for my health if I only eat egg whites, and toss out the yolk.

Cracked: Not true! The white and yellow parts of an egg have different nutrients and vitamins, and though the white may be an important source of proteins, the yolk accounts for nearly half of an egg’s entire proteins, vitamins & nutrients.

Myth: Brown eggs are healthier than white eggs

Cracked: Not True! The only difference between a brown & a white egg is the color of the shell. The content of the egg is exactly identical in both types of eggs. There is absolutely no difference in the nutritional value of both the eggs.

Myth – Eggs that we eat are fertile, that is, they can hatch into a chick.

Cracked: Not True! These table eggs are non – fertilized eggs. Since no roosters are kept with hens that means the eggs that hens lay as their natural ovulation cycle are infertile and will not produce a chick if incubated.

Myth: I can’t eat eggs every day, it’s bad for my health.

Cracked: False! Of course, it goes without saying that everything should be consumed in moderation. But eating a reasonable amount of eggs every day can actually benefit your health instead of harming it. See benefits of eating our eggs here.

Myth: Eggs cause acne and pimple breakouts!

Cracked: We’re afraid this one is not true either. Unless you’re allergic to eggs, they won’t have any negative effect on your skin.





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