Beechwood Farm have been producing free-range eggs in Berkshire for the last 60 years. Their eggs are collected daily, then graded and packed on the same day. The eggs then typically hit the shelf or the kitchen within 36 hours of being laid! Compare this to a typical supermarket egg, which has to transit the supply chain. This means that local fresh eggs never tasted so good.
Their aim is to provide local shops, restaurants and the community with the freshest tasting eggs. All of their hens are free range and they believe in giving them a quality life on the farm, which means a quality egg for you. To find out more, visit their website on; http://www.beechwoodeggs.co.uk/
FAI Organic Eggs
Since 2001, FAI have formed and operated 1650 acres of Oxford University farmland. They follow a motto of 3 E’s; Economic, Environmental and Ethical sustainability. For them, putting the 3Es into practice provides direction for business to promote successful farmers, healthy environments and quality food.
They are very active in the global community through projects, research and they also have other farms in Scotland, Brazil and the USA. They work to make high quality food through world leading practices. The eggs come from free range hens with access to tree enriched ranges
The FAI farms general aim is to help the food-sector overcome key challenges and implement better farming practices, on land and at sea. To find out more, visit their website; http://www.faifarms.com/our-locations/england/