we buy free brown large eggs normally but these w
we buy free brown large eggs normally but these were sent instead, they were okay
An unfortunate choice
Unfortunately the best choice for Vegetarians, as it hopefully ensures non-fertilized eggs. I wish they would ensure that the free range eggs were unfertilized too as I am forced to buy caged hens' eggs. Until they do this I feel compelled to continue to order this "frowned-upon" product.
Very upst as when they substitute like for like I assumed the eggs would be free range for free range. Unknown to me I have eated eggs which are from caged hens and I feel sickened by it. Please check if you are subbed eggs by Tesco again. When you see the state of a lot of caged hens which have hardly any feathers left on them, you too would be upset. I put one star because I had to put something to post this review but it's no star's for me
Good eggs! Enriched colony cages NOT battery cages
I am very happy to buy these eggs from caged hens. They are fantastic eggs, and just the right size for making pickled eggs and Scotch eggs, as well as everything else. Some people are concerned about them being caged hens, but I suggest they may be thinking about days gone bye because these are not eggs from hens in battery cages...they were banned 8 years ago. Since 2012, the method has changed. Hens live in what are referred to as enriched colony cages. These are significantly different to the horrible cages we saw on TV. Animal welfare is primary. Look it up!
Won't buy again
Pathetically small eggs. Had to use 4 in a recipe that should be 2. Definitely won't but again.
free range for me
the only eggs available on tesco, after reading reviews i have removed from my order i only buy free range looks like its beans on toast
As good as much costlier alternatives
Great value, and to be honest cannot taste the difference compared to free range eggs that are much dearer. In these Covid-19 times these were the only eggs I could find. Would prefer free range for ethical reasons, but it does make one question the seemingly huge margins on free range eggs.
Caged and plastic
Caged hens and plastic packaging
No, no, no
Plastic and caged hens. No no no.