• Eggs are Once Again “Incredible”

    Let’s face it—eggs have taken a hard hit in the last 50 years or so. At the time, research suggested that lowering cholesterol levels was the key to preventing heart disease in otherwise healthy people; as each egg yolk contains about 186 mg of cholesterol, eggs were promptly off almost everyone’s menu. Today, we know… More »

  • Prime Foods: Caring for the Environment, and Your Health

    There’s no way around it: processing up to one million eggs a day takes a lot of electricity and water. Generating electricity usually requires the burning of some form of fossil fuel, which can contribute to air pollution and a host of health problems. And when it comes to usable water, we need to conserve… More »