- Product Dimensions: 11.5 x 4.2 x 2.9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.8 pounds
- ASIN: B074H5HJ32
- UPC: 099482458539
- Customer Reviews: 1,030 customer ratings
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365 Everyday Value, Cage-Free Non-GMO Large Brown Grade A Eggs, 12 ct
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- Raised naturally without antibiotics vegetarian feed with no animal by-products
- Eggs from hens fed vegetarian feed that meets non-gmo project standards.
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Offering exceptional everyday values, these products are formulated to meet all of Whole Foods Market’s stringent quality standards.
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From whole grain flours and shade-grown coffee to organic milk and frozen veggies, 365 Everyday Value makes it easy to stock up on the best products for the best price.
Cage-Free Large Brown Grade A Eggs. Nutrient dense - packing maximum nutrition in a minimum of calories.
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PS - for $3, the quality ain't bad. The shells are decently hard (none of em broke after plummeting 6 feet from the sky and hitting my foot). The yolk, although not bright orange, has a nice color to it. Flavor is standard for grocery store eggs. Unless you have a flock of chickens in your backyard laying fresh eggs for you everyday or are willing to pay $6 bucks for a carton of eggs at the yuppie store next door, I'd say get these.
This has happened every time we've tried to make hard boiled eggs with them. We've tried with at least 5 different orders of them. We thought it was something we were doing, boiling them too long, waiting too long after buying them, boiling them too soon after buying them, etc.
Finally we did a test to compare these against different ones bought at our local store. We used the same age eggs and boiled them under the exact same conditions - boiled in the same pot for the same length of time. The eggs from both were also the same age. One is the 365 Everyday Value, Cage-Free Non-GMO Large Brown Grade A Egg (top, messed up), and the other is from our local grocery store (bottom, smooth).
Obviously, the 365 Everyday Value, Cage-Free Non-GMO Large Brown Grade A Egg is completely a mess.
Also, these shells are incredibly hard. I don't mind a little bit of firmness, but these are ridiculous. The end result is, when you finally get it open, the raw egg is splattered a bit since you really have to bang it to crack it.
Done with these, never buying again.