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Eggland's Best is the Official Egg of the Spring 2014 Taste of Home Cooking School Tour

Eggland's Best is proud to once again be the exclusive egg of the Spring 2014 Taste of Home Cooking Schools Tour. From March 11 - June 7, 2014, the Taste of Home Cooking School Tour will be visiting over 90 communities across the country. Each School will feature a live demonstration of different types of recipes from breakfast to dessert, including an exclusive recipe from Eggland's Best. While...

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Prepping Your Plate For More Nutrients with Eggland's Best

By Tammy Lakatos Shames, RD & Lyssie Lakatos, RD Want to obtain the most nutrition out of your meals? Incorporate fresh ingredients and pay attention to how they are prepped. There are a variety of ways to cook certain foods that can make them more flavorful while maintaining high nutritional levels. To boost the flavor and nutritional value in our meals, we are constantly on the lookout for...

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Prevention Magazine Names Eggland’s Best Eggs Winner of 2014 Cleanest Packaged Foods Award

For the second year in a row, Eggland's Best Organic eggs have been selected as a winner of Prevention's 100 Cleanest Packaged Foods Awards. Eggland's Best eggs come from hens fed a proprietary, all-vegetarian diet and are held to strict quality, freshness and nutritional standards. This is the fourth consecutive year Prevention put packaged foods to the test to determine the best, healthiest, and...

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Eggland's Best is Named Product of the Year

After more than 40,000 consumer votes, Eggland's Best has been named "Best Egg" by Product of The Year USA. Product of The Year is the world's largest consumer-voted award program for innovation in consumer products. This recognition has served as a shortcut for consumers to pick the best products, saving them time and money. The distinct red Product of The Year logo serves as a shortcut for...

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Cathe Tip: Low-Impact Versus High-Impact Workouts and How to Choose

By Cathe Friedrich Most exercises divide loosely into low-impact or high-impact. Knowing the differences between the two types is critical because each poses its own risks and benefits. Defining Low-Impact and High-Impact Exercise Very generally, low-impact exercise is any physical activity in which you keep at least one foot on the ground as you work. Good examples are cross-country skiing,...

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Eating for Performance with Eggland's Best

  by Tammy Lakatos Shames and Lyssie Lakatos, The Nutrition Twins Whether you are skiing down the slopes, lacing up your skates or waking up early to hit the gym, many people will be active this winter season. Here are three energizing tips to keep you performing your best: Fuel Up- Eat a combination of a quality carbohydrate (think oatmeal, quinoa, fruit, etc.) and a protein-packed food...

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New Study Reveals Eggland's Best Is The Leader in Egg Freshness

Since its inception, Eggland's Best has made it a mission to produce an egg that lives up to its registered trademark "Better taste. Better nutrition. Better eggs." Now, a recent independent study published in The Journal of Applied Poultry Research reveals that Eggland's Best can also claim "Better Freshness." "Through our extensive research, we found that specific egg production, processing and...

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