The perfect all-rounders

When it comes to healthy eating, eggs hit it out of the park.

When it comes to healthy eating, eggs hit it out of the park.

Eggs are packed with goodness, from high-quality protein to all the essential amino acids needed for healthy body functions. In fact, by weight, eggs provide the highest quality protein of all foods.

Eggs-pert advice


Builds and repairs muscle, organs, skin, hair and other body tissues.

Vitamin A

Helps maintain healthy skin and eye tissue and supports the immune system.

Vitamin B5

(Pantothenic Acid)

Releases energy from our food for our body to use.

Vitamin B12

Used to form red blood cells, supports brain and nervous system functions and helps protect against heart disease.

Vitamin D

Essential for the absorption of calcium for healthy bones and teeth. May protect against some cancers and auto-immune diseases.

Vitamin E

An antioxidant that helps maintain reproductive health, nerves and muscles.


Produces haemoglobin which carries oxygen in the bloodstream.


Necessary for the development and maintenance of new cells. It helps protect against serious birth defects.


An antioxidant that protects cells against damage. Selenium is important for a healthy immune system and thyroid gland.

Lutein & Zeaxanthin

Help maintain good vision and can reduce the risk of age-related eye diseases.


For nerve and muscle function. Helps brain development and memory.


Essential for the production of thyroid hormones and thyroid health.


Helps build strong bones and teeth.


Helps convert carbohydrates into energy our body can use.


For growth, wound healing, blood formation and tissue maintenance.


Supports cell processes and the utilisation of fats, proteins and carbohydrates.

Keeping your FARMER BROWNs fresh

  1. Keeping your eggs at a constant temperature helps them stay fresh longer.
  2. The ideal storage temperature for eggs is between 7-15°C. A cool dark place like the pantry is perfect but you might want to keep them in the fridge during summer.
  3. It’s best to use your eggs before the “best before” date on the pack.
  4. You can keep leftover egg whites in a covered container in the fridge for up to 4 days.
  5. Store yolks in water in a covered container in the refrigerator and use within 2 days.
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