I was going to start eating cage free eggs until I saw that the price was $4.16 per dozen. Is this the right price for cage free eggs?
Yes, the eggs I was talking about were in the grocery. Thanks for the information on how to buy eggs. I will be looking!Sounds about right but... Are these in the grocery store?
If so, I would recommend finding someone local to you who sells eggs from their chickens... they usually run anywhere between $2.50-$4 per dozen and are much better than any eggs sold in the store.
localharvest.com is a good place to start to find some
The issue with eggs from the grocery store is that they have very loose regulations... cage free doesn't mean what you think it means... they aren't kept crammed into cages, no, but there are still thousands of birds crammed into a building and they never see outside. It's a "technicality."
The best eggs are those from a local farm or backyard chicken owner who sells their eggs and you can see how their chickens are treated.