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13 thoughts on “The Egg Project – Pete and Gerry’s Heirloom Ameraucana Eggs

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    Hi, i enjoyed your post. I have been researching eggs for a while now. I emailed some of the most expensive egg producers with my queries (various producers that supply supermarkets in the UK). The replies confirm that a small amount of non GM soy and grain is in the winter feed.I have yet to find a producer that doesn’t include them. I usually buy eggs from farmers markets,but with farmers being financially squeezed and pushed out by our big supermarkets i would not be surprised if some of them cut corners. Its a sad state of affairs.

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      Hi Emmy, thank you for stopping by! It really is unfortunate what is going on in the food world. Producers are cutting every corner they can, and finding quite creative ways of hiding the fact that their product is no longer something to be proud of. That’s why I started the Bacon Project, and why I’ve just recently started the Egg Project. These are foods that are so often entirely ignored by even otherwise educated consumers, so I decided to shed some light of my own on them. Thanks again for stopping in, and for your comment. It’s great to see that other people care about this too!

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        This egg is laid by the “Malay” hen. It is pretty small. It is probably only 60% the size of a “common” egg. However, it can costs thrice as much as a “common” egg does.

        Usually, the hens are released into the nearby wood (so that they can search for their own food). The farmers will gather them back in the evening.

        The eggs are collected in the dawn, before the farmers release them again.

        I guess it is by far the healthiest, most organic eggs I have ever encountered. 😀

        By the way, the yolk is usually dark yellow to orange. I once bought some with yolks as bright as the mandarin orange.

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    It says on their website FAQ that “Carol’s Pasture-Raised Organic Eggs are, as their name implies, pasture-raised—but Carol’s Cage-Free Heirloom Eggs are not.”

    They also apparently changed the name of the heirloom eggs to Carol’s (Pete And Gerry’s is the parent company).

    Sorry, but you are wrong about the heirloom eggs. Those chickens are not getting access to pastures, they are kept in a barn and it says so on their website.

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      Hi Cluck: I really appreciate you posting your updated information for our readers.
      Please keep in mind, my original information was given to me in 2013. It seems clear to me that Carol’s has made some changes in their farming practices in the years since I wrote about them initially. I love that you’re keeping an eye on your producers and posting in here so that we all can see! Please keep us updated as other key information changes as well! 🙂

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    I don’t see USDA organic label for Pete and Gerry’s heirloom eggs box that is pictured on your website. I only see the “Certified Humane” label so why did you list that they are certified organic? Certified by who?

    Looking at the website you linked to for Pete and Gerry’s Heirloom Eggs, I see that it now links to Carol’s eggs and that they sell several products, 2 of which are heirloom eggs (Cage-Free Heirloom Blue Eggs and Cage-Free Heirloom Blue Eggs), but neither of them are organic:

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      Hey – great catch! I really appreciate you doing the research, and helping me to keep my material clean and correct! I have edited my notes at the bottom, and it no longer lists these as Certified Organic.
      Ironically, even years later, these are still the best commercial eggs I’ve ever been able to purchase. I do get slightly better eggs from a farmer directly, but that’s sometimes more work than most people have the time or effort to be able to do.