Believe it or not, there is a significant difference between “cage-free” and certified pasture-raised eggs. Cage-free hens are allowed as little as two square feet of space and often do not receive much sunlight to live the happy, healthy lives that are necessary for both better eggs and ethical treatment.
Pasture-raised hens require a minimum of 108 square feet of space, allowing them to spread their wings and get more sunlight to go along with a more natural diet. This leads to eggs that have been scientifically found to have more omega-3s, more vitamin D and other benefits to go along with healthier and happier hens.
Check out this manufacturer download from Utopihen to learn more about the benefits of certified humane pasture-raised eggs from sustainable family farms for better eggs that are healthier for the animals, the people and the planet as we strive for a more transparent and ethical food system.
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