The difference between eggs from the village and from the supermarket can be several things.
Countryside eggs are usually produced from chickens that are fed natural food and have free access to the yard, while supermarket eggs are often produced on large farms and are fed artificial food full of hormones and antibiotics.
Eggs from the countryside are often of better quality because they come from chickens that have a better quality of life, while supermarket eggs are often produced in mass farms where the chickens are often suffocated in small spaces.
Eggs from the countryside are often richer in nutrients, such as Omega-3 fatty acids and vitamins A and D.
Eggs from the countryside often taste better because they are produced by chickens that are fed natural food and have free access to the yard.
Homemade eggs are produced locally, which means they are less transported and often fresher than those sold in supermarkets.
Domestic eggs produced by chickens that live in a natural environment are therefore more environmentally friendly than eggs produced in mass farms.
Support for local producers
By buying domestic eggs, you help local producers, contribute to the development of the local economy and support diversity in production.
These are some of the main differences between eggs from the countryside and from the supermarket. It is important to note that quality and nutritional values may vary from farm to farm.