Locally Sourced Eggs

local eggs kimberton whole foodWe support a number of local egg producers within 100 miles of our Distribution Center. These local farms, many of which are family-run, prioritize the humane treatment of their animals by providing them with open space to roam and feed, sheltering them from bad weather and predators, and feeding them a diet that is free of GMOs, antibiotics and chemicals.

Learn about the difference between Cage-free, Free-Range, Organic, and Pasture-Raised eggs here.

Benuel’s Eggs, Honeybrook, PA – 10.14 miles

Family-run farm, pasture raised & non-GMO, some soy free varieties available
Learn more about Benuel’s Eggs on our blog

SpringWood Farm, Kinzers, PA – 17.7 miles

Family-run farm, pasture raised, non-GMO & soy free
Learn more about SpringWood Farm on our blog

Stone Creek Farm, Mt. Bethel, PA – 67.3 miles

 Family-run farm, pasture raised, non-GMO & soy free

Alderfer Eggs, Telford, PA – 27.7 miles

Family-run farm, certified organic & non-GMO

Meg’s Eggs, Upper Black Eddy, PA – 46.8 miles

Pasture raised & soy free

Highspire Hills Farm, Glenmoore, PA – 2.6 miles

Family-run farm, cage-free, non-GMO & soy free.

Hidden Nest Eggs

Works with small-scale family farms in Lancaster County, PA to provide pasture raised, non-GMO & soy free eggs through Alderfer.

What does pasture-raised mean?

Pasture-raised birds spend most of their life outdoors, with a fair amount of space plus access to a barn. Many are able to eat a diet of worms, insects and grass, along with corn feed (which may or may not be organic).

Kimberton Whole Foods Quiche

 

Enjoy locally sourced eggs for breakfast, lunch or dinner with this recipe for Spring Vegetable Quiche, by KWF Co-Owner, Pat Brett.