I've done some reading to figure out how to tell if an egg is pastured/cage free or not. I know the catch phrase "cage free" can mean alot of things. I've been buying "cage free" eggs from a local farmer, but haven't get a whole bunch of details from them. I have also read that pastured eggs have a more orange yolk than say a caged egg fed run of the mill stuff. I've also heard that a pastured egg also has a thicker shell. These local eggs I've been buying have a more yellow yolk than eggsland best cage free eggs, which seem to be more orange. Has anyone heard any definitive things to look for to determine the difference, other than taking the word of the seller?
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Is the egg cage free/pastured/organic or caged?