Organic eggs can be white or any shade of brown. For eggs to be certified organic, the chicken’s fed must be grown by a certified organic farmer. In addition, these chickens are not given hormones or antibiotics, and must live out of cages. They also must have access to the outdoors.
Egg color is based on breed. Any of these chickens, with egg colors from blue to red, can be organic or factory-farmed.
The chickens’ breed, not their diet, affects the color of their eggs. We predominantly see white eggs in stores because chickens in factories were bred to produce white eggs in the 1950s. Organic eggs can be white, brown, beige, or a variety of different colors, depending on the breed of the chicken. The color of the eggs does not affect the eggs’ nutritional value.
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