Definitely getting smaller!
These eggs have definitely got smaller over the past few months! For the most part we use them for breakfasts so it doesn't really matter, but you have to get a bit creative if you are trying to bake with them and decide how many extra to add into your recipe to make up for the small size. I continue to buy these because of the limit of 3 boxes per customer and we go through a LOT of eggs in our household so buying them by the half dozen or dozen is not enough.
Good eggs, nice firm white, tasted as normal. I am
Good eggs, nice firm white, tasted as normal. I am a fan of the new larger boxes.
Great price amazing eggs had about 7 double yokes
Great price amazing eggs had about 7 double yokes so far, thank you tesco and great British farms!
Eggactly what we wanted
Not as good as they used to be
In the last three packs I bought, a few eggs had like a blood line like the start of an embryo, and in a couple of them, the white wasn't clear and the yolk disintegrated
These are sold as 'mixed sized' eggs, but the boxes that I bought over the last couple of months have only contained small/very small eggs. Despite that, I think they are still reasonable value.
KEEP THE EGGS BLUE I LOVE THEM
Was delighted to find the eggs were blue shelled it was a pleasant surprise. they were very fresh and way better than brown shells. was a little disappointed the last two times were just regular white shells but still very fresh and better than brown
Beautiful white eggs!
Beautiful white eggs! Such a lovely suprise to open the box and find these pretty white eggs with their British Red Lion mark! All eggs used to be white when I was a child, but somehow people became convinced that brown ones are better - total nonsense, the colour is only the shell, because they come from pretty little white hens. I honestly thought white hens and cockerels had died out and I am so pleased that they haven't. These look so beautiful in the egg-cup, too. Why pay a fortune for "blue eggs" when you can buy these lovely, shining white ones? I hope Tesco will continue to see the white ones, because the brown ones are going to be such a disappointment in future.
Very good value for money
Nice eggs, but tiny, I can't emphasize that enough
Nice eggs, but all tiny, smallest eggs I've seen. Not mixed sizes, as every single one was tiny, half the size of what would normally be sold as small eggs (maybe twice the height of a quail egg) Should possibly be sold as tiny eggs, not as mixed eggs. They are nice fried but if needed for a cake, or an omelette, then you'd probably need to double the number the recipe calls for.