Eggs Worth Cracking - Goodness Me!

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We’re not ‘yolking’ around when it comes to happy hens!

Let’s talk hens! You may find that our eggs taste way better than eggs you find at other supermarkets. We can tell you why! At Goodness Me!, all our eggs are sourced from Canadian farmers that meet our simple, yet strict, egg standards. Our eggs come from hens that are never crammed, jammed, or caged, but have room to roam. Whether they are hanging out in small groups in enhanced housing systems, running free in a barn, or roaming pastures, our hens are happier. Studies show that happier, healthier hens lay eggs with more nutrition than those in a cage! !

Wanting to get the highest quality eggs you can find? Choose
certified organic! These hens will eat a purely organic diet, on top
of all the standards above! These eggs are packed with protein and
vitamins, and don’t disappoint.

Guess what Canada? Pastured eggs are available year round! The happy hens have access to open grassy areas and a coop where they can roost at night. Some roam under a chicken tractor which allows the hens to graze on grass, but protects them from predators. In the winter months, the pastured hens are fed grains and grasses, as without the grains they would not lay eggs! The hens will stay in the coop if it’s too cold outside, but always have access to pasture if they want to stretch their legs.

Certified Organic

Wanting to get the highest quality eggs you can find? Choose certified organic! These hens will eat a purely organic diet, on top of all the standards above! These eggs are packed with protein and vitamins, and don’t disappoint.

Pasture Raised

Guess what Canada? Pastured eggs are available year round! Thehappy hens have access to open grassy areas and a coop where they can roost at night. Some roam under a chicken tractor which allows the hens to graze on grass, but protects them from predators.

In the winter months, the pastured hens are fed grains and grasses, as without the grains they would not lay eggs! The hens will stay in the coop if it’s too cold outside, but always have access to pasture if they want to stretch their legs.