Tag: organic eggs

11 November 2016 - 11:13, by , in Egg Recipes, No comments
Does your typical lunch meal feel boring and plain? Are you looking to add some flavor into your lunch break? Then it’s time you try this delicious egg salad sandwich recipe! It’s tasty and is also a super simple way to enhance your usual lunchtime routine.
Protein and antioxidants found in eggs named as potential nutritional factors On the heels of the 2015 Dietary Guidelines for Americans that placed no daily limit on dietary cholesterol and noted eggs are an affordable, accessible, nutrient-rich source of high quality protein, new research shows eggs are associated with a 12 percent reduction in the...
26 October 2016 - 16:24, by , in Recipes, No comments
When it comes to breakfast dishes, frittatas tend to be a favorite for lots of people. But with work, family, friends and an overall busy schedule, it’s difficult to have enough time to make a good frittata on a regular basis.
16 February 2015 - 10:45, by , in Organic Eggs, No comments
The egg section at the grocery store can be overwhelming. Grade AA, A, or B, size Jumbo, XL, Large, Medium, Small, Peewee, organic, vegetarian, free-range, brown, white? What does it all mean, and what eggs are the best? We’ve talked before about the difference between white and brown, and the sizes are pretty self-explanatory. As...
11 January 2015 - 22:24, by , in Organic Egg Farms, 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...
15 December 2014 - 17:22, by , in Chino Valley Ranchers History, Organic Egg Farms, Comments off
When we saw demand rise for organic and cage-free eggs in the market we were thrilled. People cared about where their food came from, just like us! And then we were determined. We had to find a way to distribute high quality, fresh eggs to each person that wanted them. But we wanted to do...
10 December 2014 - 18:52, by , in Chino Valley Ranchers History, 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...