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Fresh Eggs Delivery

If you’re looking for fresh eggs from trusted British farmers, you’re in luck. Delicious, nutritious, and always free range, our eggs make the tastiest breakfasts. You’ll find favourites from the likes of Clarence Court, Birds and the Bees, and St Ewe below, and plenty of tasty egg recipe inspiration on our blog.

And if you fancy adding more than eggs to your delivery, we’ve a wide selection of delicious dairy products, from milk (including our new eco-friendly cartons!) and cheese to yoghurt. Why not head over to our breakfast page for inspiration to help start your day the right way?

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Eggs FAQs

According to, there are on average between 5.2 and 7.5 grams of protein in an egg. On the Milk & More website, you’ll always find full nutritional information under each product.
No, eggs are not dairy, but as an animal product, they're not suitable for vegan diets.
There have been egg shortages in UK supermarkets, most recently due to debates on how much farmers are paid. Luckily, at Milk & More, we have great partnerships with our suppliers, so have not experienced supply shortages.
Yes, you can safely freeze eggs for up to a year, although recommends that you use them within four months for freshness.
Yes, eggs can be cooked in a microwave, just not in their shell, as this will cause them to explode.
Yes, hen eggs are naturally free from gluten. If you are interested in gluten-free goods, we have a wide range for you to shop here.
Eggs contain Vitamins A, D and B12, as well as Thiamin, Riboflavin, Niacin, Folic Acid, Potassium, Calcium and Iron. You can find the full nutritional information for our eggs under each product.
Yes, we recommend that you always keep your eggs refrigerated and use them by the use-by date on the carton.
Yes, it is recommended to refrigerate eggs as soon as you receive them. Fluctuations in an egg's temperature can lead to salmonella.
Free range eggs are laid by hens that are allowed outdoor space. Here, you can find free range eggs from Clarence Court, St Ewe, The Birds and the Bees, Roamin’ Free, and Humble, who are exclusive to Milk & More.