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Eggs aren’t just delicious they’re incredibly nutritious, great value and super versatile. Egg recipes are very quick to prepare for breakfast, brunch or lunch, they make a deliciously healthy quick snack and are ideal for larger family dinners and gatherings.

Eggs are an excellent and very affordable source of high-quality protein and naturally rich in amino acids, calcium, sodium, iodine, selenium, choline and vitamins A, B, D & E. Many health organisations around the world are actively encouraging people to eat more eggs to ensure that they benefit from nature’s super natural vitamin pill. The outstanding health and wellness benefits and the versatility of eggs is well researched and documented. For a healthy lifestyle we need a daily diet of protein and plenty of vitamins and nutrients. Information on eating eggs when pregnant and feeding eggs to young babies and toddlers visit this page

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World Egg Day 2019

World Egg Day 2019

Nutrition experts around the world celebrate the ‘eggsellent’ health benefits of one of nature’s original superfoods on Fri Oct 11th 2019.  As part of the celebrations Kiwis can enter to win an I Love Eggs 'Super Naturally Good' Prize Pack worth over...

The risk facing pregnant women.

The risk facing pregnant women.

Nutrient vital to the health of babies in the womb may be missing from the diets of many mothers. Women who don't follow healthy eating guidelines during pregnancy may risk missing out on a key nutrient vital to the life-long health of their unborn babies, a nutrition...

Trace My Egg – stamping helps trace where your eggs come from.

Trace My Egg – stamping helps trace where your eggs come from.

Trace My Egg makes it easier to trace which farm your eggs have come from by using a 5-digit code that is ‘stamped’ right on to each egg. Egg stamps show the production method of the egg and the individual farm that they’ve come from using a unique farm code. Egg...