FAQs

What is the difference between brown and white eggs?
There is no nutritional difference between brown and white eggs. Some folks prefer one color over the other, so we offer both for your satisfaction.
Are Martin’s eggs gluten free?
Yes, our eggs are gluten free, So you can enjoy them without complications.
Are Martin’s eggs kosher?
Yes our eggs are always kosher, and we specialize in serving many kosher communities.
How should I ensure proper storage and cooking procedures?
Store the eggs in the carton in which you bought them inside the refrigerator. To prevent illness from bacteria: keep eggs refrigerated, cook egg until yolks are firm, and cook foods containing eggs thoroughly.
What measures does Martin’s Eggs take to ensure my eggs are safe?
We operate under the direction of the United States Department of Agriculture and a voluntary program: Pennsylvania Egg Quality Assurance Program. We routinely check the hen flocks for salmonella. We also keep the eggs refrigerated below 45° F.
What should I do if I am not satisfied with Martin’s Quality Eggs?
We supply eggs to millions of people, and we want each customer to be satisfied and pleased with our eggs. Send us an email on our contact page and save the rest of the dozen of eggs for us to examine.
Is it safe to eat raw eggs?
While we take extreme measures to prevent food-borne illness, we still recommend our customers to heat eggs and foods with eggs in to 160° F.
Why is the egg white cloudy sometimes?
The egg is extremely fresh. When an egg is laid there is carbon dioxide in the white and in a few days it is replaced by oxygen passing through the 7-17 thousand pores on each egg.
How often does a hen lay an egg?
The egg formation in the hen takes about 24.5 hours. After a .5 hour rest she resumes her natural job.