Monday, February 3, 2014

Eggs With a Conscience from #NestFresh! #Giveaway


As a parent, we always want to give our children the best that we can, especially when it comes to food. So many products are filled with ingredients that are not at all natural and take away from the nutritional value of the food. I was able to review eggs from NestFresh and was not only pleased with the eggs, but also impressed not only with the taste but the story behind the eggs.

NestFresh Cage Free eggs are specifically from hens that are fed an 100% vegetarian diet made up of local grains. This diet is completely free of antibiotics, growth hormones or animal byproducts. The diet is free from GMO's so you know that you are giving your family the best and most safe eggs that you can give them.

One thing that draws me to this company is their treatment of the hens. The hens are raised cage-free and not housed in crowded warehouses like other egg producing hens are, all over the country. The Certified Cage Free logo on the NestFresh cartons are your assurance that the eggs are really 100% cage free because they have come from family farms that really care about their animals and have been audited by an independent third party certifier that is committed to the humane treatment of farm animals. I am not oblivious to the plight of animals that are raised for the purpose of providing our food, but I cannot understand the cruel treatment of any animal and feel that any form of animal cruelty is definitely wrong...I commend NestFresh for their commitment to providing a humane alternative to conventional eggs.


These eggs are not only safe but are collected and packaged in recyclable and biodegradable cartons. Isn't it great to know that a company takes pride in their products and cares enough to provide the best product that they can from start to finish? I think so...and to top it off, they taste great!

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Disclosure: I received the above product for review purposes, however, all opinions are entirely my own.

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21 comments:

  1. I love that they are Non-GMO and based out of Colorado!

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  2. I like the fact that Nest Fresh eggs are sold on Military bases in the USA

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  3. I love that these are cage free!
    Mary Beth Elderton

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  4. I like that the chickens are cage free.

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  5. I like that their eggs are from cage free chickens on small family farms.

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  6. I learned that their cage free hens are able to move around freely in a large barn,and all of their family farms voluntarily submit to audits by third party certifiers.

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  7. I like that they are cage-free!

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  8. Nestfresh produces cage free and organic eggs

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  9. I can get the at Whole Foods.
    rafflecopter: happi shopr

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  10. I can get them from Whole Foods.

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  11. Q: What does 100% cage free mean?
    A: 100% cage free means that the chickens are never kept in cages. Cage free birds are kept in large barns where they can move about freely and lay their eggs in dark, quiet nests. They are free to participate in their natural chicken behaviors and pecking orders.
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  12. I love the fact that they were raised with no drugs, hormones or antibiotics.

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  13. i learned that i can find these at whole foods near me

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  14. I like that it's cage free, totally.

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  15. Cage free is quite an important concept to me! Thanks so much for the chances to win.
    allison.bahr@yahoo.com

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  16. They are cage free! (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

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  17. Thanks for the giveaway… the chickens live in a humane environment under conditions and care that limit stress.
    Rafflecopter: Bryan E.

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  18. I like that the eggs come from happy hens-certified cage free.

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  19. I buy these now, found them at a Market District Giant Eagle. I like that they're organic, but mostly because of the humane treatment of the hens. The term 'Cage Free' is used very loosely and is not always a humane way to raise hens. People need to research the term instead of relying on what's written on the carton.

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  20. Sorry, didn't leave my name for my just posted anonymous comment. Lauren Ingraham. (referenced that I bought them at a Market District Giant Eagle.)

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