Nutrition Blogger Expresses Love for Chino Valley Ranchers Organic Soy Free Eggs

Robin Plotnik is a nutrition, fitness and lifestyle blogger based in San Diego, California. She regularly shares healthy food recipes, exercise plans and other health tips on her What Robin Eats blog and on her social media pages. Plotnik recently shared why she chooses Chino Valley Ranchers’ Organic Soy Free Eggs.

Chino Valley Ranchers is one of the largest egg producers and distributors in Southern California. Since the 1950s, they have produced high-quality eggs that people love. The company was a trailblazer in adopting the organic egg concept and is a leading organic egg provider in the U.S.

“A good egg is what you put into it,” said Chris Nichols, co-owner of Chino Valley Ranchers. “We offer specialized diets that lead to specific nutrients and organic options. By doing so, our hens are able to enjoy healthier lives, which in turn produces better quality eggs.”

Plotnik makes it no secret that eggs are one of her favorite dietary staples. She knows they are not only delicious, but rich in nutrients and natural proteins. Plotnik recently made a post on her Instagram page (@whatrobineats) talking about her passion for eggs—more specifically, her passion for Organic Soy Free eggs from Chino Valley Ranchers.

Plotnik explains the benefits of eating eggs that come from chickens who are raised cage-free and fed all-organic diets free of soy. “What your food eats, you eat,” Plotnik explains. “Using nutritious organic feed has many benefits: better for their chickens, better for their eggs, and better for us. If I am going to consume an animal product I want it to be the best for me.”

As a certified nutritionist and personal trainer, Plotnik started her food and lifestyle blog as a way to share healthier living ideas with her followers. Her recipes are based on creative combinations of healthy ingredients that allow people to enjoy what they eat.

Depending on the nutrients you want in your eggs, Chino Valley Ranchers offers different organic feeds to produce specific egg varieties. This includes soy-free options and also eggs rich in omega-3 fatty acids. Their products are available at Mother’s Market, Sprouts, and other various grocery stores.