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Here’s The Nutritional Difference Between Store-Bought And Backyard Chicken Eggs

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These days, it’s commonly accepted that local, organic food is more nutritious than packaged and store-bought products. But when it comes to chicken eggs, the extent of that nutritional disparity is astonishing. We are what we eat. And when it comes to chickens, what they eat—or more specifically, what they forage— has a whole lot to do with the health of the eggs they lay.  

A note about factory-farmed eggs

Factory-farmed eggs come from chickens kept in close quarters at massive scale to produce the maximum possible output.