Eggland’s Best Awarded Gold Medal Seal for Taste

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Cedar Knolls, NJ—Eggland’s Best has once again been awarded “The American Masters of Taste” Gold Medal Seal from Chefs in America, according to a press release.

This award, the release says, spans the Eggland’s Best portfolio. Each product was blindly judged and named superior compared to other products within its category.

Chefs in America draws from a nationwide network of professional chefs to conduct year-round triple blind taste tests on a myriad of foodservice and retail grocery products.

Christina Washington, VP of endorsements for Chefs in America, said in the release, “It’s no surprise that we love Eggland’s Best products. Eggland’s Best consistently receives high scores from our culinary experts because they always deliver the highest quality taste and freshness compared to other eggs in the category.”

Charlie Lanktree, CEO of Eggland’s Best, said in the release, “it’s an honor to continue to receive the Gold Medal for Superior Taste for more than a decade. At Eggland’s Best, we take great pride in ensuring that every product delivers the highest quality taste, freshness, and nutrition.”

The press release says that, compared to ordinary eggs, Eggland’s Best eggs contain six times more vitamin D, 25% less saturated fat, more than double the omega-3s and vitamin B12, and ten times more vitamin E. This nutritional profile is thanks to its proprietary all-vegetarian hen feed.

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