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oeufs de Loué

France’s fanciest eggs

oeufs de Loué

Laid by hens in the Loué, a region famous for free range chickens fed on cereals, these eggs have a pinkish brown shell and pale yellow yolk and a creamy taste; oeufs Fermiers de Loué Label Rouge are some of the most expensive on the market.

MacDonald’s in France uses 35million of them every year in their Egg McMuffins.

AOPs and some others

Centre-Val de Loire


Text © Dana Facaros

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