The best eggs come from free-range, cage-free chickens. That’s why we hold our farmers to a higher standard of animal care—because we know that chickens lay the tastiest, most nutritious eggs when they spend their days in green pastures.

Large Eggs, 18 pack

With eggs this delicious, a dozen might not be enough. Our eggs come from chickens that are free to roam in sunny pastures where they forage for nutritious treats, which results in really tasty eggs. So bring home a few more for breakfast, baking, or a quick and easy protein-packed snack.

Always Organic

Absolutely NO antibiotics, synthetic hormones, toxic pesticides or GMO anything.

Storage and Handling

Keep refrigerated. Keep refrigerated at 45°f or below, safe handling instructions: to prevent illness from bacteria: keep eggs refrigerated, cook eggs until yolks are firm and cook foods containing eggs thoroughly.


Organic Eggs.

USDA Organic
UPC# 093966843019
Nutrition Facts
Servings per Container 18
Servings Size 1 egg

Amount per Serving
Calories 60

% Daily Value*
Total Fat 4 g5%
Saturated Fat 1.5 g8%
Trans Fatty Acid 0 g
Cholesterol 210 mg70%
Sodium 70 mg3%
Carbohydrates <1 g0%
Total Sugars 0 g
Added Sugar 0 g0%
Protein 6 g
Vitamin D 0 mcg0%
Calcium 30 mg2%
Iron 0.9 mg6%
Potassium 70 mg2%
Vitamin A 70 mcg8%
* The % Daily Value (DV) tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What makes Organic Valley Eggs organic?

All Organic Valley Eggs come to you from our cooperative of family farmers working in harmony with nature.

  • All of our family farms are certified organic by the USDA.
  • Certified organic farms are required to follow the strict production standards of the USDA's National Organic Program ( and are inspected and audited for compliance by an independent third-party at least once every year.
  • Organic farmers do not use antibiotics, synthetic hormones, toxic pesticides, or GMOs.
  • To become certified organic, pasture and the land on which it is grown cannot be treated with synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, or GMOs for a minimum of three years.
  • Organic feed must not contain GMOs or products from GMO sources.
Why are Organic Valley eggs brown?

The biggest misconception out there is that all eggshells are naturally brown. In reality, the color of the chicken's egg entirely depends on the breed of chicken. Technically all eggs start white, but different breeds are genetically coded to release different-colored pigments as the egg passes through the hens' oviduct. Just like when you dye Easter eggs, the pigment doesn't penetrate the shell. Inside, eggs are more or less the same. Organic Valley farmers choose breeds with consistent layers, lay high-quality eggs and have calm, non-aggressive personalities, such as Bovan Browns, Hyline Browns, Lohma Browns, and others. All these breeds produce brown eggs.

Can I use my Organic Valley eggs past the sell by/expiration date?

As a farmer-owned cooperative, we pride ourselves in providing top-quality, nutritious foods to consumers. We cannot recommend consuming any product past the sell-by date. Egg carton dates are regulated at the state level, and the mandated maximum code date will vary from state to state.

For more information, please visit the Food Safety and Inspection Service webpage.

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