Tuesday, October 25, 2016

The Difference in Eggs Non-GMO, Organic & Cage Free With NestFresh #Non-GMO Month

October is Non-GMO month and I want to tell you the differences between the eggs that you may see at the grocery store which might be organic, cage free or Non-GMO. NestFresh Eggs are always 100% cage free which means that the hens that lay the eggs have room to roam around large barns. Not only that, but the hens are also free to jump on perches , run throughout the barn, lay their eggs in nestboxes, flap their wings, preen in a death bath, socialize with their friends, and enjoy all the perks of being a 100% cage-free hen. Because NestFresh treats all their hens so well, they produced the freshest, best-tasting eggs. The happiness of both our hands and our customers are our highest priorities. Or put it simply, happy hens, healthy humans. Non-GMO eggs are not genetically modified or bioengineered foods. In fact, neither chicken nor egg is genetically modified these are eggs in their natural state. 

Organic egg production is the production of eggs through organic means. In this process, the poultry is fed organic feed. According to the United States Department of Agriculture, organic means that the laying hens must have access to the outdoors and cannot be raised in cages. In honor of Non-GMO Awareness Month this October, NestFresh will celebrate the brand’s presence in the non-GMO category with advocacy and continued education for egg-loving consumers nationwide. Across NestFresh’s website, social media platforms and through extensive public relations efforts, consumers can learn about NestFresh and what it means for the brand to have been the pioneer of the non-GMO standards for the egg category a milestone that has put NestFresh at the forefront of the non-GMO movement. Committed to delivering what the shoppers want, NestFresh approached the Non-GMO Project an association leader and expert in certifications to not only assist in creating a Non-GMO certification process but to develop the first commercial Non-GMO Project Verified egg, an unprecedented endeavor at the time. This October is all about the celebration of the creation of the egg category’s non-GMO standards while highlighting just how important a topic this is for consumers everywhere. Learn more about NestFresh is committed to non-GMO project verification at Learn More about the non-GMO Project at

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