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Why are "Eggland's Best" better then the average egg?

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On the commercial they say their eggs are better then anyone elses eggs.  Does anyone know why?

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post #2 of 32

They say their eggs are better than everyone else's because their marketing team told them to say it.

post #3 of 32

I think part of it is that they are fed no animal by-products.

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They say their eggs are better than everyone else's because their marketing team told them to say it.


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post #5 of 32
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Originally Posted by Buff Hooligans 

They say their eggs are better than everyone else's because their marketing team told them to say it.


That's exactly what I was going to say!!

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I'm a Farmer/Rancher  Wife,Mom & Grandma  No Farms, No food. 
If you want house chickens and ducks in diapers then this is the forum for you.
I've got 50+ years of poultry experience, but this 'poultry' forum isn't for me anymore.
If you're going to complain about farmers, don't do it with a full belly or a mouthful.
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post #6 of 32

c'mon guys, you KNOW it's because they have a red stamp on them.  everyone knows that cereal with a prize, bananas with a sticker and jell-o with the free molds taste are way better!big_smile

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yuckyuck

Have you noticed how pale the yolks look compared to our fresh eggs???  sickbyc

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post #8 of 32

They are supposedly fortified with Omega-3 fatty acids.  And their file their chickens beaks off.

Craptastic.
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Craptastic.
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post #9 of 32

And did anybody happen to notice the whites on their egg? Flat as a pancake.... even tho the box behind says grade A, thems be grade B.

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I bought EB's for over a year to feed to my dog...long story. Thankfully my girls have finally started to lay and we now buy NO eggs. big_smile
I was SO disappointed when I found out what "cage free" actually meant! I was paying $3.00 + a dozen for eggs that I thought came from humanely treated hens...DUPED AGAIN! <sigh>

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