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Organic free range eggs – 15 Pcs Tray

30.00 AED

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Free Range Organic Eggs: Our Organic Chicken Eggs are sourced from UAE organic local agricultural farms,  raised on organic feed such as organic plant leaves and organic grains etc.. and living  in a natural atmosphere of access to the open sunlight and farm land outdoors. All of our organic feeds are certtified and  grown without the use of synthetic pesticides, fertilizers, or genetically modified organisms (GMOs). Additionally, the chickens are not given antibiotics or hormones, and they are not kept in cages during day. This Free Range living atmosphere of Hens and Cocks impacts on Eggs quality naturally.

In order to be certified as organic, the eggs must come from chickens that have been raised according to the standards set by the UAE Organic, National Organic Program (NOP). These standards require that the chickens be given access to the outdoors, be provided with space to move around freely, and be fed organic feed.

Organic eggs are often more expensive than conventional eggs / Haploid Eggs*, but many people choose to buy them because they believe they are more environmentally friendly and humane, and that the eggs themselves may be more nutritious.

Organic chicken eggs are a power pack of nutritious food source and are rich in a variety of vitamins and minerals.

Our free range egg sizes are vary from 40 grams to 50 grams depends to chickens.

Here are some nutrition facts for an organic egg around 40 to 50 grams:

Calories: 70

Protein: 6 grams

Fat: 5 grams

Saturated fat: 1.5 grams

Cholesterol: 185 milligrams

Carbohydrates: 0.5 grams

Fiber: 0 grams

Sugars: 0 grams

Sodium: 70 milligrams


Organic eggs are also a good source of several essential vitamins and minerals, including:

Vitamin B12: 15% of the Daily Value (DV)

Vitamin D: 6% of the DV

Riboflavin (Vitamin B2): 20% of the DV

Phosphorus: 10% of the DV

Selenium: 22% of the DV

It’s important to note that the nutritional content of eggs can vary based on a variety of factors, including the chicken’s diet, living conditions, and age. However, organic eggs are generally considered to be a high-quality source of protein and a nutrient-dense food.


General Informations to know when you choose to buy any eggs,

Haploid Eggs

The haploid eggs.” The term “haploid” refers to cells or organisms that contain only one set of chromosomes, whereas “diploid” refers to cells or organisms with two sets of chromosomes.

Chicken eggs, like the eggs of most animals, are typically produced through a process called sexual reproduction. In sexual reproduction, an egg cell (or ovum) from the female, which is haploid, combines with a sperm cell from the male, also haploid, to form a diploid zygote. This zygote then develops into an embryo, which eventually grows into a fully formed organism, in this case, a chick.

The eggs laid by chickens contain a yolk, which serves as the nutrient source for the developing embryo. The yolk is produced by the chicken’s…

In the case commercial poultry, Haploid eggs are the production of eggs without meeting male and female together. Poultry’s using estrogen (reproduction hormones) a group of hormones in chickens to produce eggs without meeting with male.

Natural chicken eggs and Organic chicken eggs are laid by hens in their regular reproductive cycle without the intervention of hormones or artificial methods. Hens naturally produce eggs as part of their reproductive process, typically one egg per day when conditions are favorable *.

On the other hand, eggs produced by hens that have been given hormonal treatments are commonly referred to as “hormone-induced” or “hormone-treated” eggs. However, it is important to note that in many countries, including the United States and the European Union, the use of hormones in poultry production is prohibited. Therefore, check before you purchse the eggs are not produced using hormonal methods.

Naturally hens have their own internal hormonal regulation for egg production. The process begins with the maturation of ovarian follicles, followed by ovulation where an egg is released from the ovary. The egg then travels through the oviduct where it undergoes various stages of development, including the formation of egg white (albumen), yolk, and shell. Finally, the mature egg is laid by the hen.

Hormonal treatments in poultry production to increase egg production rates, but their use has diminished due to serious concerns about potential health risks in human and regulatory restrictions in many countries.

* Automatic egg-laying machine or an egg-laying incubator for artificial conditions.

An egg laying machine, also known as an automatic egg-laying machine or an egg-laying incubator, is a device used in hatcheries to artificially simulate the conditions necessary for eggs to hatch. It is designed to provide the optimal environment for egg incubation and embryo development.

These machines typically consist of a controlled environment with temperature, humidity, and ventilation settings that mimic the conditions a brooding hen would provide. They may also have mechanisms for automatic egg turning, which helps prevent the embryo from sticking to the inner shell membrane and promotes even development.

The egg laying machine creates an environment where the eggs can be incubated at the ideal temperature and humidity levels required for successful hatching. The eggs are placed on trays or racks within the machine, and the necessary conditions are maintained throughout the incubation period, which typically lasts around 21 days for chicken eggs.

Some modern egg laying machines may also have additional features such as programmable controls, alarms, and monitoring systems to ensure the conditions remain stable and provide feedback on the incubation process. These machines are used in commercial hatcheries to maximize efficiency and increase the success rate of hatching eggs.

It’s important to note that while egg laying machines can create optimal conditions for incubation, they do not replace the natural process of egg fertilization. Fertilized eggs are required to develop into viable embryos, and this can be achieved either naturally through mating between roosters and hens or through artificial insemination in certain cases.The number of eggs a hen can naturally produce will vary depending on several factors, including the breed of the hen, her age, health, diet, and environmental conditions. Generally, a healthy and well-cared-for hen can lay an average of around 250 to 300 eggs per year.

However, it’s important to note that egg production in hens is influenced by their reproductive cycle, which is affected by various factors. Hens typically begin laying eggs at around 5 to 6 months of age, and their egg production tends to be highest during the first year. As they age, the number of eggs they lay may gradually decrease.

Additionally, environmental factors, such as lighting conditions, temperature, and the availability of food and water, can also impact egg production. For example, hens typically lay fewer eggs during the winter months when daylight hours are shorter.

It’s worth mentioning that not all chicken breeds are prolific layers. Some breeds are specifically bred for egg production and are known as “egg-laying breeds” or “layers.” These breeds are generally more efficient at converting their diet into egg production and can lay a higher number of eggs compared to other breeds that are primarily raised for meat production.

Overall, while there can be variations, a healthy hen can naturally produce several hundred eggs per year under optimal conditions.



Our farming & sourcing practices

We are following 100 % trusted and proven organic farming with hundreds of farmers in various countries.

Our sourcing policy is to source from those who respect the nature and environmental sustainability. Awareness on this fundamental ethics is the love to soil micro-organism, which help more yields naturally. We source only from certified organic farms,, we have a dedicated team at farming levels who constantly monitoring along international certificate authorities in all stages. We do random validation of each batches of crops prior to any packing or processing.

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