These are eggs we bought in England—check out the stamps on the eggs, and then the “stamp explanation” on the front of the container below. I like how specific it is…not just “free range” eggs, but barn vs. cage, the country of origin, and the producer’s i.d. number. Talk about easy to track down should there be a reason to.


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  1. Posted by: Dani

    How funny,my uncle lives in Dorset!the eggs are massive in England!

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