Egg Facts

  • Did you know?

    Eggs provide one of the most complete nutrition in the simplest form with:

    More than 10 vitamins and minerals
    High protein quality
    Low saturated fats
  • Pack with Nourishing Nutrients

    Eggs are packed with a variety of nutrients, from B vitamins, vitamin A, D and E, to minerals such as Zinc and Iron. Eggs also provide a good source of antioxidants such as lutein and zeaxanthin which are beneficial for eye health (among others, reducing risk of age-related macular degeneration). Choline, which is important to brain and liver, is also found in eggs. For pregnant mothers, choline is especially important for healthy fetal growth and development.


  • In fact, eggs contain all of the essential proteins, minerals and vitamins except vitamin C. Egg yolks are some of the few foods that naturally contain vitamin D which helps with the absorption of nutrients in our body. Vitamin D also helps to prevent osteoporosis and arthritis by assisting in the balance of calcium in our body.
  • Convenient for On-The-Go and for Dieters

    Eggs are great for dieters and those who are always on-the-go. Due to the satiating effect of eggs, eating eggs can be very satisfying and keep you from getting hungry for longer. This helps you get the nutrition you need each day and also help you lose weight!

  • Goodness of Eggs Compared to Milk

    Compared to a glass of whole milk (244g), do you know that 2 hard-boiled eggs (100g) have(1):

    The same amount of Vitamin B12 (packed in less than half the portion!)
    50% more Protein.
    50% more Riboflavin.
    2 times more vitamin A and B6.
    2 times more Folate and Selenium.
    10 times more vitamin E.