Suitable for the microwaveSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||as Sold Per 100g|
|of which saturates||2.5g|
|of which sugars||0.0g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (135)
Cheered for a reason. Very thin shell, four were smashed on arrival. I had to pick shell parts out of the frying pan. The yolks are pale yellow with no taste, the whites are watery and thin and if you can scrape the cooked product out of the frying pan in one swift manoeuvre, good luck! There are better free range eggs out there on the market, the quality of these makes me very suspicious about the welfare off the hens that lay them. Will not be buying again.
Strangely thin shells
Got this on sale, and the shells collapse when you crack them. Had to drag bits of shell out of cookie batter, frying pan, etc. Had to wash my hands even after I learned to crack them in a second bowl first as the egg white would go everywhere. Cheap for a reason.
cracked so easily. very thin shell,
I don't know if they are good eggs or not (nutritional value wise),but I just wanted to say that the eggs cracked so easily. I made 4 boiled egg, all from room temperature into my egg steamer. All 4 cracked. This has never happened before. And when I cracked the shells to make scramble eggs, I can tell the shells are much thinner than the others. Taste wise.. they are okay. Ordinary eggs. I personally won't buy again.
Shells crushing in your hands
I don't these hens are healthy, shells so fragile they crumble in your hands.
Not great quality
The yolks in my pack were very pale and the ‘whites’ very watery, despite being within the use by date.