The Happy Egg Co. 10 Large

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The Happy Egg Co. 10 Large

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Per 100g:

  • Energy 547 kJ/131kcal
  • Energy 547 kJ/131kcal
  • Fat 9.0g
  • Fat 9.0g
  • (of which saturates) 2.5g
  • of which saturates 2.5g
  • Carbohydrate <0.5g
  • Carbohydrate <0.5g
  • (of which sugars) <0.5g
  • of which sugars <0.5g
  • Fibre 12.6g
  • Protein 12.6g
  • Protein 0.385g
  • Salt 0.385g
  • Salt 4µg 80% RI*
  • Vitamin D 4µg 80% RI*
  • 10 eggs per pack = 5 servings
  • *RI = reference intake

Per Serving (2 Large Eggs):

  • Energy 648 kJ/154kcal
  • Energy 648 kJ/154kcal
  • Fat 10.6g
  • Fat 10.6g
  • (of which saturates) 3.0g
  • of which saturates 3.0g
  • Carbohydrate <0.5g
  • Carbohydrate <0.5g
  • (of which sugars) <0.5g
  • of which sugars <0.5g
  • Fibre 15.0g
  • Protein 15.0g
  • Protein 0.46g
  • Salt 0.46g
  • Salt 4.74µg 95% RI*
  • Vitamin D 4.74µg 95% RI*
  • 10 eggs per pack = 5 servings
  • *RI = reference intake

Rich in vitamin D. Naturally high in protein. Free range natural goodness. 2 large happy eggs contain 95% of your daily vitamin D. From farms independently monitored for welfare. The Happy Egg Co..

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Packed for: The Happy Egg Co., North Scarle, Lincs, LN6 9HA.

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The Happy Egg Co., North Scarle, Lincs, LN6 9HA. To find out more visit www.thehappyegg.co.uk Or contactus@thehappyeggco.uk

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Customer Reviews

(2 customer reviews)

Disagree with previous review, a friend gave me his pack of free eggs and I soon used all of them despite eggs normally sit in my fridge for far longer than they should. They have given me my long lost taste back for raw egg beaten in milk with a little sugar, which was killed years ago due to health scares, apparently not now the case in the U.K.

Proof if proof were needed that branded goods aren't always better. I got these for free as part of an Iceland offer and they're some of the worst eggs I've had in a long time. Super-pale yolks, watery consistency, almost no taste and brittle shells. If these are "happy" hens then their eggs don't show it, so I'll be going back to either Iceland's own free range eggs or Poplars Farm eggs.


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