the free range egg lovers

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Time to perfect your egg making skills

HOW TO BOIL AN EGG...

Pop your happy egg in a small pan and cover it with cold water...

Boil your egg

HOW TO POACH AN EGG...

Heat a deep saucepan of water until it is just less than simmering...

Poach your egg

us, in a nutshell

Or should that be an eggshell? We’re the happy egg company - the free range egg people who do things a little differently.

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But we don’t stop there - this is free range farming with a difference. We’re proud to have been awarded the Good Housekeeping ‘best ethical brand’ award, as voted for by their readers.

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We work with a team of scientific researchers from the University of Bristol to find out exactly how to keep our girls as happy as possible. So far, this has seen us writing and reading a romantic novel for them (because they love the sound of a human voice), and making them a calendar full of hunky cockerels to help them stay relaxed.

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the result of all this hard work...

A very contented bunch of girls, who lay happy eggs with rich, golden yolks — that taste as good as they look.

Spotlight on one of our farmers

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The farmers we work with are chosen because they’re as committed to hen welfare as we are. But what’s an average day like for one of these hen-loving farmers?

Meet Lucy Sanderson

our girls

See exactly what we do to keep our girls as happy as possible...

free range eggs

Eggs-plore our full range of products - they come in all shapes and sizes.

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information

For as long as we can remember, there have been myths flying round about the nutritional values and health effects of eating eggs. We’ll solve a few of them for you right here...

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HOW MANY CALORIES ARE IN AN EGG?
The amount of calories in an egg depends greatly on its size and the way it's cooked - for example, a medium-sized boiled egg will obviously have fewer calories than a large fried egg. As a general rule, an uncooked, large-sized egg...
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Which vitamins are in eggs?
You might already know that eggs are a great source of protein. But you might not be aware that they also contains vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin B2, iodine, phosphorus, calcium, thiamine, and riboflavin - quite an impressive lineup!