Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are not part of egg recall!
Nellie's Free Range Eggs

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Cage-Free vs. Free Range: Why It’s Important

CafeMom, a lifestyle blogger, realized it’s important to know the difference between cage-free and free range, especially as a mother whose kids LOVE eating eggs.

“Now we’re Nellie’s Free Range fans. That’s all I’ll buy. For two reasons. One, because of how they raise their hens. And, two because of how I raise my kids! I want them to have the healthiest choices out there.”.

“Just be careful, because some eggs claim to be from hens that are humanely raised, but you really need to see the Certified Humane seal to be sure. Nellie’s was the first egg farm in the country to earn this seal on their carton.”

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Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are not part of egg recall!

Rose Acre Farms has recalled over 200 million eggs from a single farm in North Carolina whose eggs were shipped to 10 different states under a variety of brand names. Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are not affected and we do not partner with factory farms of this type or size.

If you’re concerned about eggs you purchased recently, see what brands have been recalled.

Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are produced by family farmers on small farms. Learn more about why Nellie’s eggs are different.