Brown vs. White Eggs: Here Are the Difference

Brown Eggs: Brown eggs are laid by breeds of chickens with red feathers and red earlobes. The pigment responsible for the brown color is deposited on the eggshell as it moves through the hen's oviduct.

White Eggs: White eggs are laid by breeds of chickens with white feathers and white earlobes. These chickens do not deposit pigment on the eggshell, resulting in white-colored eggs.

Nutritional Value: The color of the eggshell does not affect the nutritional content of the egg. Both brown and white eggs have similar nutritional profiles, including protein, vitamins, and minerals.

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Price Difference: In some regions, brown eggs tend to be more expensive than white eggs. This price difference is often due to the breeds of chickens that lay brown eggs typically being larger and requiring more feed.

Taste: There is no significant taste difference between brown and white eggs. The taste of an egg is influenced by factors like the chicken's diet and living conditions. – 

Quality: The quality of an egg is determined by factors such as freshness, storage conditions, and the hen's diet rather than the shell color.

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