Chino Valley Ranchers’ Eggs – Japanese Label
地鶏 (jidori) = “earth-chicken” (free-range or local)
Was very surprised to see this in the store! I’m familiar with the Chino Valley brand of organic eggs (I’ve bought them at Erewhon and elsewhere), but the label on the box this time was in Japanese! It says organic, no agricultural chemicals.
The difference? Only the price it seems. This 6-pack is $3.99 at HK Super, while the same number of Chino Valley eggs in English packaging costs $2.99. At California Market, this 6-pack costs $4.29.
When I’m at a store and I really need eggs, I have no choice but to pick this up if these are the only organic eggs they carry at the moment. But, wow! A dollar more expensive to have your label in Japanese, and there’s not much additional information except “antibiotics, steroids and hormones were not used.”
6 Large Brown Eggs Grade A. Refrigerate After Purchase.
Chino Valley Ranchers’ Certified Free Range Organic Eggs
CCOF – California Certified Organic Farmers
CAFF – Community Alliance With Family Farmers
Eggs from kosher chickens are kosher.
SAFE HANDLING INSTRUCTIONS: To prevent illness from bacteria: Keep eggs refrigerated. Cook eggs until yolks are firm and cook foods containing eggs thoroughly.
PACKED & DISTRIBUTED BY CHINO VALLEY RANCHERS
5611 Peck Rd., Arcadia, California 91006-5851
Product Certified by CCOF. Packed by Texas Licensee No. 23354
EAN/UCC-13: 0091543760056. UPC-A: 091543760056 – UPC Code
Carton made from 100% recycled paper fibres. You have chosen maximal (!) protection for the egg and the environment. www.hartmann.dk.