Best Egglettes are a brand name of Eggland’s Best. They were founded in 1878 and have been making quality food products since then. Their slogan is “The Original Good Food”. The company was acquired by Nestlé in 1982, but they still remain independent today. The company has over 1,000 stores worldwide and their products include eggs, bacon bits, sausage links, hamburger patties and many other foods.
Best Egglettes are famous for their egg white omelets. The eggs come from free range chickens, which are fed organic feed. Eggs are hand-chopped and cooked fresh daily at each store. All ingredients used in the product have been tested for safety before being added to the mix.
The Best Egglettes website states: “We believe that great taste comes from simplicity.”
So how do these eggs compare with other brands?
Here are some of the main differences between Best Egglettes and other brands:
Price – $2.99 for a large egg, compared to $3.49 for Kraft singles or $4.29 for Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value eggs. (See price comparison table)
– $2.99 for a large egg, compared to $3.49 for Kraft singles or $4.29 for Whole Foods 365 Everyday Value eggs. (See price comparison table) No additives or preservatives.
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Lough Corrib, Its Shores and Islands: With Notices of Lough Mask by WR Wilde – 2013 – books.google.com