5 Grocery Shopping Myths Busted (Page 2)

Food Myth #1: Eggs with brown shells are more nutritious than those with white shells.

The color of the eggshell does not affect nutrition, but indicates the color of the bird’s feathers and earlobes. White eggs come from white hens with white earlobes, brown eggs come from red hens with red earlobes. And since brown eggs often cost a bit more than white eggs, you can save a little money and not sacrifice nutrition.

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