Egg Label – 100 percent natural or natural
100 percent natural or natural labeling on your egg carton.
According to the USDA, the wording “natural” or “100 percent natural” has nothing to do with how the chicken was raised. This means the terminology doesn’t take into account how the chicken is fed or lives. The terminology only refers to “shell eggs” itself.
The USDA refers to eggs which are in their shell as shell eggs.
The terminology 100 percent natural or natural refers to if something is added to the egg such as flavoring, coloring, etc. The USDA identifies all shell eggs as natural because nothing can be added to a shell egg.
- 100 percent natural or natural
- American Humane certificate – not egg specific
- Antibiotic-free or no antibiotics
- Cage Free or free roaming
- Certified Humane Raised and Handled – not egg specific
- Egg Color
- Enriched colony
- Fertile egg
- Free Range
- Gluten Free
- Good Source of Protein
- Good Source of Vitamin D
- No Added Hormones or Hormone free
- Non-GMO eggs
- Nutrient- Enhanced Eggs
- Omega 3
- USDA Organic not specific to eggs
- Vegetarian Fed or vegetarian eggs
- Vitamin Enhanced
- Zero Carbohydrates