1. No antibiotics

    Conventionally-raised hens living in tiny, disease-prone spaces are usually treated with “preventive” antibiotics. All our small family farmers follow the strictest standards of humane animal treatment. Our free range hens reside in a safe, comfortable environment so that they can live a happy and healthy life.
  2. No chemical pesticides

    Conventional growers usually treat their crops with toxic chemicals to ward off pests and diseases, which can end up in the eggs their hens lay. Organic growers use only natural, organic deterrents to pests on their crops. So the only thing that’s in your organic, free range egg is a naturally delicious free range taste.
  3. No GMOs

    We are USDA Certified Organic, which means there are no GMOs in your eggs. When comparing organic eggs vs. regular eggs, the presence of GMOs in crops used to grow the hens' feed is an important factor to consider.
  4. Environmentally sustainable

    Going organic is better for our environment, and it's one of the many impactful benefits of organic eggs. Organic farming practices focus on reducing pollution, maintaining healthy soil, and conserving water and other precious resources. These mindful steps help ensure our children, and generations to come, will continue to have safe food and a healthy planet to live on.

Back then, nobody called it organic, it was just farming. It's the way we did it. It's the way I thought everybody did it, actually.

Tom Giovangoli

Where to Buy Organic Eggs

Our organic eggs are available at grocery stores and other fine food retailers near you.

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Sustainability at Pete and Gerry's

Learn about our earth-friendly cartons, carton takeback program, and more sustainability initiatives.

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