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Cage Free Eggs, Free Range Eggs, or Happy Eggs?

the happy egg co
Susan Vernicek
Written by Susan Vernicek

why not make sure it’s also the happiest meal of the day? You are what you eat and well, if you ate happy eggs, from happy hens—you’d ultimately be happy too, right? I like to believe so.

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We’ve all heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day and if you follow me, you know I LOVE breakfast. If I could eat it 3 times a day, I totally would.


So why not make sure it’s also the happiest meal of the day? You are what you eat and well, if you ate happy eggs, from happy hens—you’d ultimately be happy too, right? I like to believe so.

I continue to shift what I eat to ensure a balanced diet. I wrote an article How to Eat Clean, Get Active, and Stay Positive (link to URL), and it shares detailed tips on how to do make small changes year round. Next on my list is switching out my eggs to thehappyeggco® from thehappyeggco.com.

thehappyeggco® sent me a coupon to give their eggs a try and I can honestly say that when I eat thehappyeggco® eggs, I really do feel better knowing that they’re free range, and have 5 acres of green pasture to run, jump, flap, and play outdoors!

Brand Identity – Highlights at a Glance:
o Oh my goodness adorable! The concept and mission is brilliant. People crave happiness and will do just about anything to get it. Maybe that’s just me, but I’ll eat happy hens’ eggs that get to run and play for additional happy juju in my life!
o Their website and package is so sweet and simple, and clever.
o Overall a great identity!

Pros:
o Delicious: An overall great taste
o Look very fresh and rich with a yellow/orange color
o I LOVE how they really educate on their website in an easy way.
o These hens are given organic feed – that is, grown without GMOs or pesticides per the USDA standards. And despite the label’s all-natural, wholesome image, most organic hens don’t go outside. Use of the term organic applies exclusively to the feed, and has no bearing on the lifestyle provided to the hens. (You can find this information and more on their website)

Cons:
o Depending on where you live, these eggs can be a little challenging to find. I drive about 20 minutes or more to get them.
o They are on the pricier side, which I don’t mind because of the quality!

My Opinion:
I really only have those 2 cons. The solutions to those cons are to use their store locator to find them and search for coupons to save! They are around $5.49 from my local A&P and I used a $1 off coupon to make it $4.49, which is about what I was paying for my other eggs.
I’m not the best chef and with quality eggs like thehappyeggco®, I don’t need to be because they are fresh, healthy and happy all on their own.

Out of a rating scale from 1 to 5, and 5 being the best, we give thehappyeggco® an overall 5.

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About the author

Susan Vernicek

Susan Vernicek

Facts about Susan Vernicek:
• She’s happily married and a mother of twins.

• She’s tried almost every fad diet back in her quick-fix days, admits at age 34 it’s a struggle to work hard on overall balance and is focused on not giving into the unhealthy fads we see daily.

• She’s all natural with natural blonde hair, uneven breasts, a bigger nose, and full of curves that she learns to appreciate more and more each day.

• She had a career where part of her job was staring at herself 40 hours a week manipulating her very own face as well as others.

• She’s the youngest of 7, ranging from 30-50+, an Aunt, Great Aunt and even younger than some of her nieces and nephews!

• She’s traveled and seen over 8 countries and spent a summer in London finding her passion and embracing life.

• She created S&J Identity, Inc. AKA Identity Magazine, having no business background and at the age of 25.