Saturday, January 7, 2012

Organic Egg Fraud

Organic produce seems the best way to go.  But has the word "organic" been overused by industry to get you to buy those more expensive foods?  Are those organic eggs really all that organic or free-range? 

Watch this.

Look around.  Ask around.  Find someone that's raising chickens and selling eggs.  Maybe go to that place and watch those chickens forage (I had a friend tell me that watching chickens forage was like watching fish swim around a fish tank.  It's so restful).  Know from where your eggs come.  It's more work - but the payoff is really, really worth it!



  1. That was a very interesting piece on YouTube, and now I'm going to have to look up the website... thank you!

  2. we have our own chickens. We live on 3/4 of an acre. We have 5 chickens so they have plenty of room. Thank for showing this video. It makes me really glad we decided to get chickens.

  3. Thanks for posting this, very interesting. I'm glad we have chickens for eggs when I see stuff like this!

  4. When the hens aren’t laying in winter, and we are forced to buy eggs from the food store, what to do then? One way, we recently found to make an informed decision is to use Cornucopia Institute’s Egg Report: