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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OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
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 (72)
Inconsistent quality | Are eggs “healthy”?
Sometimes these eggs smell fine. Other times, not so good (the smell when frying them is not good). The box says you may receive eggs from Daylesford farm or another farm. If the eggs are from another farm, they should not be in a Daylesford Farm box. It’s confusing. | The box has a green heart symbol and states “eat to be healthy”. However, the latest dietary guidelines recommend that we should eat AS “LITTLE DIETARY CHOLESTEROL AS POSSIBLE”. People at high risk of heart disease should not consume more than 200 mg of cholesterol per day. Yet one egg contains 150-200 mg of cholesterol depending on the size of the egg. This means you should not eat more than 1 whole egg per day if you are at high risk of heart disease. Eggs are high in cholesterol and I think there are much healthier sources of protein available!! I think the health claim on the box “eat to be healthy” could well be misleading. In addition, there are no references to substantiate the claim. Eating two whole eggs per day is unlikely to be healthy due to the high cholesterol content of each egg. For these reasons, I’m revising my rating of whole eggs and these eggs to 1 star. | One more thing, IMO the “Vegetarian Society” is wrong to classify eggs as “vegetarian”. Vegetables means plants that can be used as food. If you eat vegetables (plants), you are vegetarian. If you eat products that produced by an animal, that should not be called vegetarian. It’s confusing. Eggs may be relatively “animal friendly” or “cruelty-free” compared to meat, but eggs are definitely not vegetarian. Sorry, IMO, the “Vegetarian Society” and Daylesford Farm are wrong. Dairy, eggs and honey are relatively “animal friendly” or “cruelty-free” foods, but they should not be called “vegetarian”. I think the words vegetarian and vegan should refer to people who eat vegetables and dairy, eggs and honey should be classed as “cruelty-free” or “animal-friendly” foods. The classification of food needs improvement and needs to be more accurate to avoid confusing people.
Okay but for the price I'd expect wow
I bought these on a buy one get on free offer. On this basis they were good value but not at full price. Mine were better described as small/medium and had rather pale yolks.
Nice small brown eggs
Bought as buy one get one free. Not as nice as the usual organic Irish eggs on this site but still a fair competition for a change. Small bantam size and medium sized eggs, brown in colour with a light coloured yolk. Tasty and nice for those who don't like strong dark yolks which I adore.
Not a patch on Burford Browns
Had these as a substitute as no Burford Browns were available. No comparison. Pale yellow yoke and little flavour.
Nice eggs but small
I ordered two boxes but one arrived with broken eggs, saddly a regular occurrence with my ocado orders. Anyway the eggs are nice but small for medium sized.
when will these be back in stock
Would like to purchase again