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Love & Eggs are best, When they are FRESH

Since the domestication of the chicken, people have been enjoying and nourishing
themselves with eggs.As a long time symbol of fertility and rebirth, the egg has
taken its place in religious as well as culinary history.

Love & Eggs are best, When they are FRESH

Since the domestication of the chicken, people have been enjoying and nourishing
themselves with eggs.As a long time symbol of fertility and rebirth, the egg has
taken its place in religious as well as culinary history.

Why Just Laid

Feed

No Antiobiotics, No Residues, Vegetarian Feed, No Colour Enhancer

Retail Store

Eggs Reaching you within Two Days of Laying

Farm

High Biosecurity & Maintenance

Logistics

From own Farm, No Third-Party, End to End Control

Why Just Laid

Feed

No Antiobiotics, No Residues, Vegetarian Feed, No Colour Enhancer

Retail Store

Eggs Reaching you within Two Days of Laying

Farm

High Biosecurity & Maintenance

Logistics

From own Farm, No Third-Party, End to End Control

FRESH EGGS

DELIVERED DIRECTLY FROM FARM

FRESH EGGS

DELIVERED DIRECTLY FROM FARM

Goodness of Just Laid Eggs

  • Antibiotic Free
  •  Odourless
  • Fresh from Farm
  •  Omega-3 Fatty Acids
  • Cholesterol & Calories Control
  • Vegetarian Eggs
  • Nature’s Multi-Vitamin
  • Stronger Shells

Goodness of Just Laid Eggs

Antibiotic Free

Odourless

Fresh from Farm

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Cholesterol & Calories Control

Vegetarian Eggs

Nature’s Multi-Vitamin

Stronger Shells

Egg Lovers

People thought about

Ruthvika Shivani Gadde

Badminton Player

Being a sports person I eat 3-5 eggs daily for high protein intake. Regular eggs available in the market are smelling bad nowadays, but I’ve never felt that with these Just Laid eggs and they are really fresh and tasty with superior quality. I’ve been having these eggs for past few months now and never came across a spoiled egg. I can highly recommend these eggs for athletes.

Reshma

Physiotherapist

Egg is a must on our menu for good health. I buy Just Laid eggs as they are very fresh and taste good. Hardly any unpleasant smell, which is a deterrent to my 8 years old fussy eater.

Daniel McKee

Celebrity Fitness Trainer

Just Laid Eggs are just great

Egg Lovers

People thought about

Ruthvika Shivani Gadde

Badminton Player

Being a sports person I eat 3-5 eggs daily for high protein intake. Regular eggs available in the market are smelling bad nowadays, but I’ve never felt that with these Just Laid eggs and they are really fresh and tasty with superior quality. I’ve been having these eggs for past few months now and never came across a spoiled egg. I can highly recommend these eggs for athletes.

Reshma

Physiotherapist

Egg is a must on our menu for good health. I buy Just Laid eggs as they are very fresh and taste good. Hardly any unpleasant smell, which is a deterrent to my 8 years old fussy eater.

Daniel McKee

Celebrity Fitness Trainer

Just Laid Eggs are just great

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FAQs

Why not Cage Free Eggs?2019-08-27T23:00:33+05:30

It is difficult to maintain antibiotic free and odourless status for Cage Free Eggs. If the birds are on floor, the bacterial infections are more commons and usage of antibiotics will become inevitable. The Egg shell is semi permeable and will catch any smell from the surroundings. If the eggs are laid on the floor or in the nests they may smell odd by absorbing odours from the poultry excreta.

Why not Free Range Eggs?2019-08-27T23:01:25+05:30

Free Range Eggs are produced from pasture raised poultry which regularly come in contact with the wild birds. In these days of known and unknown viral infections, we do not want to jeopardise the health of our chicken and that of our egg consumers. In fact the latest guidelines of FDA make it mandatory for all Chickens to be Roofed and Walled. These guidelines are laid down by FDA to prevent Chickens from sharing water and feed with wild Birds which may carry viruses like Bird Flu Virus and any other unknown viruses.

Eggs we supply are Hapliod or Diploid Eggs?2019-08-27T23:03:01+05:30

Recently many egg users started asking us whether our Eggs are Haploid or Diploid. These terms are used in genetics. Leave the science behind it, in simple terms Haploid means unfertilized eggs and Diploid means Fertilized eggs. Almost all the commercially available eggs, including ours are Haploid or you can say Unfertilized, which don’t have a baby chick inside. Diploid eggs are Desi/County Eggs raised in the country side where the hens roam around with roosters, they get fertilized eggs. But they will not come to the market as the value of the baby chick inside is much higher than the eggs. They are naturally incubated or they are collected and incubated in Incubators and after 21 days sold as Day old Country Chicks whose value is more than Rs. 40/Chick.

Do we give Estrogen and Other Hormones to the chickens for Egg production?2019-08-27T23:03:53+05:30

As a company trying to build trust along with our brand and trying to be completely transparent with our customers we have to inform you that hormones like Estrogen or any other Hormones are not used in our poultry farms. There is a misconception among users that to produce unfertilized eggs you have to mandatorily use hormones. No, you don’t need to use hormones for producing an unfertilized egg. The hens lay one egg every 24-27 hours whether it is fertilized or not. Table eggs are generally unfertilized. You can get a baby chick to your home, raise it in your backyard or in a spacious cage in your apartment, feed it only what you eat and see for yourself after 5 months, it will start laying eggs without any hormonal injections.

What are the Red Spots in the Eggs?2019-08-27T23:07:12+05:30

The Red Spots in eggs are known as Meat Spot. The spots which are generally harmless are not, as is commonly thought, an indication of a fertilized egg, but rather are a result of a blood vessel in the chicken’s reproductive tract rupturing during the egg formation process. Meat spots, the brown or gray spots which occur in about 3% to 30% of eggs, are pieces of tissue. Both kinds of spots are frequently referred to as “an error on the part of the hen,” but blaming the hen seems a little unfair. Eggs with spots are usually, but not always, fit for human consumption. Some should not be eaten, like the larger spots or those that diffuse into the white. The small spots are easy to remove with a knife and if you miss one, don’t worry, it is “a little extra drop of protein.”

What are the Grey Spots and Grey / Green Layer on the Yolk (When Boiled)?2019-08-27T23:08:36+05:30

They come when an egg is over Boiled or Cooked. The gray layer or patch is caused by a reaction between the iron in the egg yolks and sulfur in the whites. When the eggs are cooked too long or at too high a temperature, they form a drab compound called “ferrous sulfide.” You might also notice a distinct sulphury odor when you peel the eggs. To avoid this reaction, cook the eggs gently at a low temperature. The American Egg Board recommends covering the eggs by at least 1 inch with cold water, and bringing them barely to a boil. As soon as they boil, remove the pot from its burner and cover it. After 12 minutes, large eggs will be perfectly — and gently — hard boiled. But we recommend soft boiled eggs which are easy to digest.

FAQs

Why not Cage Free Eggs?2019-08-27T23:00:33+05:30

It is difficult to maintain antibiotic free and odourless status for Cage Free Eggs. If the birds are on floor, the bacterial infections are more commons and usage of antibiotics will become inevitable. The Egg shell is semi permeable and will catch any smell from the surroundings. If the eggs are laid on the floor or in the nests they may smell odd by absorbing odours from the poultry excreta.

Why not Free Range Eggs?2019-08-27T23:01:25+05:30

Free Range Eggs are produced from pasture raised poultry which regularly come in contact with the wild birds. In these days of known and unknown viral infections, we do not want to jeopardise the health of our chicken and that of our egg consumers. In fact the latest guidelines of FDA make it mandatory for all Chickens to be Roofed and Walled. These guidelines are laid down by FDA to prevent Chickens from sharing water and feed with wild Birds which may carry viruses like Bird Flu Virus and any other unknown viruses.

Eggs we supply are Hapliod or Diploid Eggs?2019-08-27T23:03:01+05:30

Recently many egg users started asking us whether our Eggs are Haploid or Diploid. These terms are used in genetics. Leave the science behind it, in simple terms Haploid means unfertilized eggs and Diploid means Fertilized eggs. Almost all the commercially available eggs, including ours are Haploid or you can say Unfertilized, which don’t have a baby chick inside. Diploid eggs are Desi/County Eggs raised in the country side where the hens roam around with roosters, they get fertilized eggs. But they will not come to the market as the value of the baby chick inside is much higher than the eggs. They are naturally incubated or they are collected and incubated in Incubators and after 21 days sold as Day old Country Chicks whose value is more than Rs. 40/Chick.

Do we give Estrogen and Other Hormones to the chickens for Egg production?2019-08-27T23:03:53+05:30

As a company trying to build trust along with our brand and trying to be completely transparent with our customers we have to inform you that hormones like Estrogen or any other Hormones are not used in our poultry farms. There is a misconception among users that to produce unfertilized eggs you have to mandatorily use hormones. No, you don’t need to use hormones for producing an unfertilized egg. The hens lay one egg every 24-27 hours whether it is fertilized or not. Table eggs are generally unfertilized. You can get a baby chick to your home, raise it in your backyard or in a spacious cage in your apartment, feed it only what you eat and see for yourself after 5 months, it will start laying eggs without any hormonal injections.

What are the Red Spots in the Eggs?2019-08-27T23:07:12+05:30

The Red Spots in eggs are known as Meat Spot. The spots which are generally harmless are not, as is commonly thought, an indication of a fertilized egg, but rather are a result of a blood vessel in the chicken’s reproductive tract rupturing during the egg formation process. Meat spots, the brown or gray spots which occur in about 3% to 30% of eggs, are pieces of tissue. Both kinds of spots are frequently referred to as “an error on the part of the hen,” but blaming the hen seems a little unfair. Eggs with spots are usually, but not always, fit for human consumption. Some should not be eaten, like the larger spots or those that diffuse into the white. The small spots are easy to remove with a knife and if you miss one, don’t worry, it is “a little extra drop of protein.”

What are the Grey Spots and Grey / Green Layer on the Yolk (When Boiled)?2019-08-27T23:08:36+05:30

They come when an egg is over Boiled or Cooked. The gray layer or patch is caused by a reaction between the iron in the egg yolks and sulfur in the whites. When the eggs are cooked too long or at too high a temperature, they form a drab compound called “ferrous sulfide.” You might also notice a distinct sulphury odor when you peel the eggs. To avoid this reaction, cook the eggs gently at a low temperature. The American Egg Board recommends covering the eggs by at least 1 inch with cold water, and bringing them barely to a boil. As soon as they boil, remove the pot from its burner and cover it. After 12 minutes, large eggs will be perfectly — and gently — hard boiled. But we recommend soft boiled eggs which are easy to digest.

FRESH EGGS

DELIVERED DIRECTLY FROM FARM

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