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6 February 2015 - 13:47, by , in News, No comments
You hear it all the time: brown eggs are better. They contain more nutrients, they’re better for you, they taste better. They’re more expensive, so they must be healthier. Right? Not necessarily. When it comes down to it, brown eggs and white eggs have one real difference: their color. So why do we consider white...
30 January 2015 - 16:00, by , in News, No comments
As you eat an omelette during Sunday brunch, are you thinking about the hen’s breakfast that produced those eggs? Probably not. But maybe you should. A hen’s diet plays a significant role in determining the quality of the egg produced. In fact, the best organic eggs come from hens who are fed the best diet....
21 January 2015 - 15:05, by , in News, No comments
If you’re a vegetarian trying to decide whether eggs should fit within the confines of your diet we have good news! Chino Valley Ranchers’ Humane Harvest eggs are both delicious and vegetarian. Our fresh eggs come from hens that receive a special diet high in protein and low in saturated fat. No animal byproducts or...
11 January 2015 - 22:24, by , in News, Organic Eggs, Comments off
Chino Valley Ranchers’ farm-fresh certified, cage-free organic eggs are produced by hens fed only the finest organic grown grains. On our farm we run our own feed mill to ensure the birds receive the highest quality feed. Hens that live in clean air and pesticide-free spaces really do produce the best eggs. Whichever way you...
10 December 2014 - 18:52, by , in News, Comments off
In 1952 Charles B. Nichols bought eggs from local farmers and resold them at the LA Market in a small delivery truck. In the late 50s he decided to expand the business a bit by producing his own eggs and introduced the innovative concept of cage free chickens. Along with his wife Isabella and their...
31 December 2012 - 14:07, by , in News, No comments
Statistics show that about 50% of Americans will make a New Year’s resolution this month. Resolutions most often include getting organized, saving money, or learning something new. However, the resolution most often made is to lose weight. Numbers vary regarding what percentage of Americans resolve to lose weight, but the estimates range from 15-25%.
5 November 2012 - 14:32, by , in News, No comments
For years breast cancer has been among the top causes of death for women. Studies are now showing that eating eggs, and more specifically, egg yolks, are found to be associated with lower risk of breast cancer. Egg yolks are a significant source of choline, which has been found to be a significant nutritional factor...
17 July 2012 - 14:42, by , in News, No comments
Eggs have been steadily making a healthy comeback from two decades of a bad reputation of having high fat and cholesterol, therefore affecting heart health. Research is showing that this may not be true and a case is being made for eating not only more eggs, but also the whole egg, not just the egg...
16 September 2011 - 15:35, by , in News, No comments
New studies are citing more and more of the health benefits of eggs. Gone are the days when eggs were thought to contain excess cholesterol and were to be avoided. Studies have since shown dietary cholesterol doesn’t elevate blood cholesterol as previously reported. Dr. Tanya Zuckerbrot was quoted in an interview with Fox News.com, “…while...