9.3 oz pkg
6 servings per container
Hard-Cooked Eggs (Pre-Picked In A Brine Solution Of) Water, Sugar, Vinegar And Red Beet Juice.
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Sauder's Eggs Hard-Cooked Eggs Red Beet. Perfect peeled. Per serving of one egg: 70 Calories. 6g Protein, 12% DV. 1g Sat. Fat, 8% DV. 35mg Sodium, 3% DV. 4g Total Sugars, 0% DV. Net Wt. 8.2 oz. (235 g). This bag of Sauder's Red Beet Eggs pays homage to the person who first pulled a beet from the earth and though. "Yeah, I'm totally eating this thing." Because if it weren't for them, It's possible there'd be no such things as Red Beet Farmers. And if there were not red beet farmers, there'd be no Sauder's Red Beet Eggs. So thank you, first beet eater. An egg is an egg is an egg. Unless it's ours. Some people think all eggs taste alike. Those people have never tasted our eggs, or they don't have taste buds. Or both. Because a lot goes into making Sauder's Eggs taste great - beginning with what goes into our hens. Delicious, nutritious chicken feed. We've never tested it, but we believe the nutritionists who tell us the birds "Say" it tastes great. Back in the early '30s, when Frank Sauder bean selling fresh eggs door to door, he didn't have the people in the white lab coats. But he had his consumers' loyalty. And their word that Sauder's Eggs were the best-tasting eggs around. We hope we earn yours, too. - Mark Sauder. For more information on Sauder's Eggs and for delicious recipes, visit www.saudereggs.com.
Keep refrigerated. Enjoy within 7 days of opening.
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