Mixed size? Don’t think so.
I have bought these eggs several times now and have yet to find a large egg. There has been the odd egg that I would call medium but I would say they are mostly small. Also, the taste is disappointing.
Far from fresh. Way before the use by date the whites spread like water and the yolks are flat. Very poor quality and I doubt they are organic.
No better tasting than regular eggs
Ever since having superbly tasty omelettes from local eggs when I was on holiday in Wales I have been dissatisfied with tasteless mass-produced eggs. I thought that being organic might make these tastier but it didn't at all; they were still runny and bland.
Don't buy these.Insipid yolk ( very pale yellow) egg spreads all over pan,usually a sign egg is old NOT what it says on label
I always buy these as organic.Better for the hens better for us! Not any dearer than the poor battery ones either.
Great eggs from (hopefully) well kept hens.
lovely golden egg yolk
Excellent eggs! They taste better, and I can eat them with a freer conscience. Even though they might be a bit more expensive, I buy these because organic certification means higher welfare standards and more restrictions on human cruelty compared to Free-Range, where there is no limit on the number of hens per square metre, for example.
The freshest organic eggs I've come across. I've
The freshest organic eggs I've come across. I've bought loads and haven't had a problem with them being anything other than a good mix of size. Yum ....
Delicious eggs but unable to use number coding. Can see O-organic-uk-uk eggs but the rest starts with 54321, as do a lot of farms, free rang or whatever but numbers after that cannot chase, WHY?