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About Eggs

There are at least 150 reasons why Canadians and Newfoundland and Labradorians love eggs. This is a fabulous informational tool, and great for teaching children and education purposes. From explaining why eggs are a great source of protein and nutrition to the great contribution eggs make to our local and national economies. Hope you enjoy the great information in here.

Journey of the Egg

Have you ever wondered where your eggs come from? From Farm to Table?

The Journey of the Egg is a story that is told all across Canada by more than 1,000 egg farmers and farm families who work hard every single day to ensure fresh, local and high-quality eggs are always available for you to enjoy!

  • Learn about the pullet and laying barns
  • See how farmers care for their hens and what they feed them
  • Tour a grading and breaking station
  • Learn about the natural goodness of eggs and the different varieties at the store
  • And, to learn tips for what to do once you bring your eggs home

What’s more! This story is told by a Canadian egg farmer who can’t wait to meet you. Read more here.

Egg Food Safety

Egg farmers in Newfoundland & Labrador want to ensure the highest quality and food safe egg is provided to our local consumers. To achieve this, we practice farming using the highest possible standards like our Start Clean Stay Clean™ program. In Newfoundland & Labrador we love eggs like all Canadians and we trust they are safe and healthy.

To learn more about how it works, click here.


Canada Grade A eggs from farms that operate under supply management are among the best in the world in terms of quality, freshness and food safety. This infographic highlights some of the programs in place that help deliver egg that are the best in the world for quality, freshness, food safety and farming practices.

To learn more about quality, click here.


You will be amazed! All of Newfoundland & Labrador’s colleagues across the country have amassed this collection of recipes for all Canadians, and the world to enjoy.

Quick morning pizza

Pizza for breakfast! The kids will love the quick and easy breakfast recipe. An omelette acts as the pizza base, topped with pepperoni and grated cheese creating a fun warm egg breakfast that’s ready in under 10 minutes…

Get the whole recipe here.

One bowl banana chocolate chip muffins

What about Banana & Chocolate Chip muffins? These easy muffins are moist and tender with good banana flavour. The addition of chocolate chips makes them simply irresistible. A great treat for the whole family!

Get the whole recipe here.

We are particularly proud of our farmer’s favourites.

Bon appetite!

Code of Practice 2017

The Code of Practice for the Care and Handling of Pullets and Laying Hens was released in 2017 and developed by Canada's top veterinarians and experts in animal care as well as representatives from the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency. Egg Farmers of Newfoundland and Labrador are stewards and adhere fully to these modern and progressive best practices.

To learn more about the Code of Practice, click here.

Animal Care Program

Ensuring Our Hens are Always Well Cared For.

NL farmers, as our Canadian egg farmers take part in a comprehensive, national Animal Care Program. As part of this program, trained field inspectors visit the farm to ensure that hens have a comfortable environment, a well-balanced and nutritious diet, fresh water and clean surroundings.

The program is based on the Code of Practice, developed by Canada's top veterinarians and experts in animal care as well as representatives from the Canadian Federation of Humane Societies and the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

To discover more about the Animal Care Program, click here.

Start Clean Stay Clean™ Program

Ensuring Your Eggs are Always Clean and Fresh.

Egg farmers in Newfoundland and Labrador and nationwide have implemented a comprehensive on-farm food safety program called Start Clean-Stay Clean™. The program includes everything from on-farm inspections, to mandated standards for storage, cleanliness, air quality, feed and record keeping.

Canadian egg farmers follow feed regulations set by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA), part of which states that steroids and hormones are not approved for use in Canada. This means that the eggs you buy at the store do not contain steroids or hormones.

To find out more about the Start Clean Stay Clean™ Program, click here.