Always 100% Cage Free
All of our eggs are always 100% cage free. That means that no matter which NestFresh Eggs you choose, you can be sure that the hens that laid your eggs had room to roam around large barns. Not only that, but our hens are also free to jump on perches, run throughout the barns, lay their eggs in nestboxes, flap their wings, preen in a dustbath, socialize with their friends, and enjoy all of the perks of being a 100% cage free NestFresh hen. Because we treat our hens so well, they produce the freshest, best tasting eggs. The happiness of both our hens and our customers are our highest priorities. Or, to put it simply, happy hens, healthy humans.
Eggs With A Conscience
Since the beginning, NestFresh has always been committed to treating our hens humanely and giving them a more natural way of life. While we try to produce the humane alternative to regular eggs, we also try to produce them in the most local, natural and sustainable way, too. For us, that means NestFresh hens eat only the best vegetarian feed and are never exposed to hormones, antibiotics, or any harmful chemicals. NestFresh Eggs come from small family farms across the country and are packed into recycled, recyclable, and compostable cartons.
Over the years we have continued to add more farms to our network of family farms and developed even more options for people that want the best eggs possible. In addition to the cage free eggs that started NestFresh, we now offer Non-GMO Free Range, Organic, Pasture Raised, Omega-3, and Liquid Eggs from 100% cage free hens. Each of these come from family farms that are committed to sustainable agriculture and humane animal care. We invite you to learn more about us, our farms, and our products.
California Walnut Cake Recipe
We are so excited to be able to share this delectable recipe with our blog readers. This recipe was developed by Anita at Confessions of a Foodie
and we will let her tell you all about it. Because there are so few ingredients, use the best: freshly bought walnuts and good quality eggs...
How To Choose The Right Eggs
The eggs you cook with either set your meal up for glory or for mediocrity. How will you choose to fuel your day?
Here are 3 things to keep in mind the next time you’re shopping for this powerhouse super food.
Country Skillet Egg Bake For Mother’s Day
Recently, Cindy, who blogs at Cinfully Simple
, wrote about her love of eggs, especially NestFresh Eggs. She shared a recipe she developed for a Country Skillet Egg Bake and we’ve decided to share it in honor of Mother’s Day coming up this weekend.
Bunny Trail Eggventure
Today’s post is a guest post from Children’s Museum Denver. They tell us about their wonderful event last weekend. Where can you find the most dyed-eggs in Denver? While we haven’t done any official research, we’re fairly certain the Children’s Museum of Denver would be at the top of the list!
April 06, 2015 by CHILDREN'S MUSEUM OF DENVER read more
Mini Lemon Ricotta Cakes
It is officially Spring! We love Spring for some many reasons — it is the season of our favorite holiday, Easter, and our farms bloom beautifully this time of year. To celebrate the end of winter and the coming of a sunny Spring, we recommend making these Mini Lemon Ricotta Cakes.
Eggs — Edible Excellence!
Today we have a guest post from Lindsay Lawes, a Registered Dietitian and Certified Personal Trainer with Boulder Nutrition and Exercise
, of Boulder, Colorado. Lindsay
has worked in the fitness industry for over nine years, prior to coming to Boulder Nutrition and Exercise.
Eggs —A Nutritious Family Favorite!
Today we have a guest post from Suzanne Farrell MS, RDN. Suzanne is a Registered Dietitian and the Owner of Cherry Creek Nutrition, Inc. She is the Nutrition Coach on KWGN CW2â€²s Daybreak and a former Spokesperson for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, as well as the Colorado Dietetic Association.
February 2, 2015 by SUZANNE FARRELL MS, RDN read more
Healthy Quiche Recipe
This time of year a lot of us are thinking about how we can make better choices and eat healthier. Eggs are a nutritional powerhouse and can play an important part in a healthy diet! They have every vitamin and mineral the body needs, except vitamin C.