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

This super mom thinks Nellie’s Free Range eggs are “brag-worthy” and chooses them for her kids over other egg brands. Read what The Bragging Mommy blog thinks about our products.

“What parent doesn’t want to put in the best nutrition in their kids? Whenever I can find a great alternative food that is healthier for myself and my kiddos, I’m all for it. Nellie’s Free Range Eggs are just that!! Not only are they great tasting and the highest quality of egg, they have no hormones or antibiotics and all the chickens come from small family farms where they are actually treated well and get to behave like chickens instead of prison inmates!”

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2 responses

  1. Kate says:

    I love the deep yellow-orange yolks of Nelli’e eggs. Proof that they have great nutritional value and taste. It is good to know that the eggs I use come from chickens humanely raised and allowed to forage for natural food. This is the way it should be done, and proof that it is possible to have eggs without the suffering of millions of birds. Thanks Nellie’s for a wonderful product.

    1. Sarah says:

      Thank you for the kind words, Kate. Our farmers work very hard to treat our chickens humanely and to provide a quality product that we are extremely proud of. We appreciate your support and kindness!

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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.