Learn about what it takes to bring our pastured eggs to your plate and meet the team who does all the work.
A hen's body creates a protective layer over the shell of an egg right before she lays it. This is called the “bloom”, which seals the shell pores and protects from bacteria entry. When eggs are washed, the "bloom" is removed which decreases shelf life and requires refrigeration. Read on to learn about washed vs. unwashed eggs.