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Here’s What the Red Stamp on Eggland’s Best Eggs Means

published Feb 25, 2020
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Making better decisions at the kitchen table starts with making smarter decisions at the grocery store. If you want to form more wholesome eating habits, February is an especially great time to start because it’s Heart Health Month. And eggs are a delicious way to add more nutrition to your diet — especially when the eggs you choose have superior nutrition, like Eggland’s Best® Eggs.

It’s easy enough to say eggs are a wholesome choice, but there’s one simple way to prove it: the “EB” stamp. Eggland’s Best Eggs all have a red stamp on their shells. Of course, those two letters, which are enclosed in a dashed circle, stand for “Eggland’s Best” — but they also represent so much more. They indicate that the egg you’re about to enjoy has been inspected for quality and meets a very high standard.

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The Secret to Bringing Home Superior Nutrition

When you see the red “EB” stamp, you know you’re choosing eggs with superior nutrition compared to ordinary eggs — including 25% less saturated fat and over double the amount of omega-3 fatty acids found in ordinary eggs. It’s also proof that you’re getting more D, E, and B vitamins.

Shopping for nutritious food can often feel daunting, especially given all the choices available to us at the grocery store that can easily cause confusion. But the “EB” stamp makes it simple. When you bring Eggland’s Best home, suddenly, eating well isn’t so complicated after all.