Eggs are part of the "super food" category because they provide a high nutritional value for the human body. They are a rich source of proteins with 9 essential amino acids included, vitamins such as Vitamin B1, B2, B3, B5, B6, B9, B12, Vitamin A, E, D, K and minerals such as Calcium, Magnesium, Iron, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium, Zinc, Copper, Manganate, Selenium and are good sources of antioxidants.

Hen eggs classification by the number code marked on the egg shell

  • 0 - Eggs from hens fed by organic feed (bio) and raised outdoor

  • 1 - Eggs from hens raised outdoor

  • 2 - Eggs from hens raised in halls on the ground

  • 3 - Eggs from hens raised in improved cages

Ovoest eggs are marked by number code 2.

Hen eggs classification by categories

  • A – eggs of A category are fresh and intact shell eggs

  • B – B category eggs are the eggs that are not part of the A class

Hen eggs classification by size

  • XL - eggs weighing more than 74 g

  • L - eggs weighing between 63 and 73 g

  • M - eggs weighing between 53 and 63 g

  • S - eggs weighing less than 53 g