Nutrition

Eggcellent nutrition

These little white and brownish ovals of goodness are more than convenient and delicious: they’re well known for that punch of protein. But they’re also full of Vitamin A, which is great for our vision and our immune system as well as for growth and development - eggsactly what kids need. There’s plenty of zinc too, which is just all-round good for us.

You can’t beat a Better Egg. Well, you can, but you know what we mean.

  • Nutritional information
    Based on two, size 7 eggs
    Serving size: 108 g*
    • Avg Quantity
    • Per Serving
    • Per 100 g
    • Energy
    • 597 kj
    • 553 kj
    • Protein
    • 13.7 g
    • 12.7 g
    • Fat,total
    • 9.7 g
    • 9.0 g
    • – Saturated
    • 3.3 g
    • 3.1 g
    • – Trans
    • 0.0 g
    • 0.0 g
    • – Polyunsaturated
    • 1.7 g
    • 1.6 g
    • – Omega-3 (total)
    • 0.18 g
    • 0.17 g
    • – ALA
    • 0.06 g
    • 0.06 g
    • – DHA**
    • 0.11 g
    • 0.10 g
    • – DPA**
    • 0.01g
    • 0.01 g
    • – Monounsaturated
    • 5.5 g
    • 5.1 g
    • Cholesterol
    • 414 mg
    • 383 mg
    • Carbohydrate
    • 0.3 g
    • 0.3 g
    • – Sugars
    • 0.3 g
    • 0.3 g
    • Sodium
    • 145 mg
    • 134 mg
    • Potassium
    • 144 mg
    • 230 mcg
    • Vitamin A
    • 248 mcg (33%RDI)
    • 230 mcg
    • Vitamin D
    • 0.9 mcg (33%RDI)
    • 0.8 mcg
    • Vitamin E
    • 2.5 mg (25%RDI)
    • 2.3 mg
    • Boitin
    • 18.4 mcg (61%RDI)
    • 17 mcg
    • Riboflavin
    • 0.5 mg (30%RDI)
    • 0.5 mg
    • Folate
    • 100 mcg (50%RDI)
    • 93 mcg
    • PantothenicAcid
    • 2.2 mg (43%ESADDI)
    • 2 mg
    • Vitamin B12
    • 0.9 mcg (44%RDI)
    • 0.8 mcg
    • Iron
    • 1.7 mg (14%RDI)
    • 1.6 mg
    • Zinc
    • 0.5 mg (5%RDI)
    • 0.5 mg
    • Phosphorus
    • 216 mg (22%RDI)
    • 200 mg
    • Selenium
    • 42 mcg (60%RDI)
    • 39 mcg
    • Iodine
    • 44 mcg (30%RDI)
    • 41 mcg
    • Lutein
    • 410 mcg
    • 380 mcg
    • Zeaxanthin
    • 140 mcg
    • 130 mcg

% ESADDI = % Estimated Safe andAdequate Daily Dietary Intake
% RDI = % Recommended Dietary Intake
AI =Adequate Intakefor Adult Malesfrom NHMRC (2006)
NutrientReferenceValues
**Combined Long Chain Omega-3’s
*Based on edible portion
DHA & DPA:74%AI per serving

Did you 
know that?

Kiwis eat approximately 230 eggs each per year. A hen produces six egg approximately every 7days.

Eggs get their own report card! They go through a grading system that checks their size, shell quality, and yolk perfection. It's like the eggs are being judged in an egg beauty pageant to ensure you get the best eggs possible. No cracked shells allowed!

Chicken eggs are a nutrient powerhouse, providing high-quality protein, essential vitamins (A, D, B12, choline), and minerals (iron, zinc, selenium), making them a fantastic addition to a healthy diet.

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Check out our new look free range egg cartons in store now
Check out our new look free range egg cartons in store now