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Organic eggs

In Partnership with Happy Egg Co.

Happy Egg Carton and egg shells

We talked to Ronda from Cape Coral , FL and here’s what she had to say:

Q: How did you prepare your Happy Eggs?
A:  Scrambled, the white part of the egg was very clear and the yellow was round. Surprisingly fluffy. They tasted very good.
Q: What was your impression of the packaging?
A:  Overall great package. I like the bold print and I know exactly what I’m buying.
Q: What kind of eggs do you normally buy + how do you feel about Happy Egg’s commitment to raising free range hens on 8 acres?
A:  I usually buy what on sale. I think more companies should raise chickens that way.
Q: How will you be enjoying Happy Eggs in the future?
A:  I think cooking then over hard on toast would be a nice quick breakfast. I would also combine then with veggies and everything together.
Q: What did you like most about these eggs + how do they differ from other eggs you’ve tried?
A:  These were very fluffy eggs. I thought they tasted better than what I usually get. Knowing that the company care about chickens is a bonus.
quote markI have never tried Organic eggs before. They are surprisingly good.

Thank you for your time, Ronda ! We love your feedback

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Happy Egg Free Range 12ct package

Happy Egg Free Range Eggs 12ct

In exchange for their feedback, the author of this article was reimbursed for the product. The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect that of the brand.