Organic eggs from truly free range hens raised on grass pastures
Laid by hens who thrive on the outdoor lifstyle, enjoying an organic diet and wild forage, they are free to roam on clover-rich grass pastures from dawn until dusk.
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Product life guaranteed for more than 1 week.
|Typical Values||per 100g Raw Egg|
|of which saturates (g)||3.2|
|of which sugars (g)||<0.5|
Good source of vitamins B12 & D
Eat to be healthy
Truly Free Range
Class A eggs of different sizes
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Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (13)
MY SEARCH IS OVER
For months I’ve been on the hunt for a tasty free range egg that doesn’t have ‘suspicous’ bits in it and keeps its shape showing its freshness.. and, with these delicious organic eggs, my search is finally over.
These eggs are absolutely gorgeous! Delicious flavour, beautiful deep yellow yolks. I love that they are truly free range on grass pastures, as well as organic. Also beautifully fresh with long expiry dates. Another winner from Daylesford!
Yummy eggs, firm shells, great flavour!
I used to order another popular brand C.C. here for years weekly, but their shells started to arrive thin, and it became a weekly occurrence so I started searching for another option. I’ve tried these a few times now, not just from my own orders via Ocado, these eggs are delicious! Richly coloured yolks, and even when my Mum visited she said they reminded her of how yummy eggs used to taste when she was younger. Shells are firm, happy to pay a bit more for the taste and overall quality difference.
Great eggs, full of taste and colour. I have already changed by weekly shop to include these eggs.
Not Lion marked!
I was buying these eggs for a couple of months as they are organic. But after I became pregnant, I checked whether or not they are Lion marked to avoid Salmonella risk. I have found out that they are not Lion marked! So, I stopped buying these eggs.
Sad to say on my first purchase I found these really awful. They did not seem fresh and most of them were full of bloody bits that turn black when cooked. I have thrown the rest away having been unable to eat my boiled egg this morning, it smelt, looked and tasted grim. I have kept chickens so I know what an organic egg should be, its not this.