NestFresh, the leader in sustainable, local, humane and natural eggs, announces its seasonal, spring 2021 packaging. The bright design is meant to appeal to consumers’ attraction to the warmer season, and to celebrate a lighter state of mind. It is also meant to draw renewed attention to eggs, a favorite among high-protein food items. Eggs are one of the cleanest protein sources currently available to American families, with an average six grams of protein per egg, while also being an ethical and humane source of protein. NestFresh’s seasonal packaging is scheduled to hit retailer shelves in late March, and will be available while supplies last.
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“Today, technology allows for short run package design, which presents a unique opportunity for a specialty egg manufacturer like NestFresh,” shares Sotheary Hom, Marketing Manager for NestFresh. “By dialing into consumer sentiment, which tends to be lighter, more hopeful and brighter in the Spring season, we hope to attract new consumers to the brand, helping high protein shoppers and families understand just how good a Non-GMO Project Verified, free range egg can taste.”
NestFresh believes raising happy hens is just one of many steps to cultivating healthy humans, and in turn, helping the communities it serves. For this reason, the brand is proud to support and partner with organizations across Florida, Georgia and North Carolina that have an impact on families most in need. Supporting community partners like Feeding South Florida, Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina, Loaves and Fishes and Communities in Schools of Georgia is a small way to continue the company’s legacy of philanthropy.
NestFresh cage-free eggs was the first nationally distributed egg line to receive the Non-GMO Project Verified seal from the Non-GMO Project and to offer liquid and dry egg products that are also Non-GMO Project Verified for retail, food service and manufacturing. Today, they produce Certified Cage Free eggs, offering pasture raised eggs, organic eggs, omega-3 eggs and Non-GMO Free Range eggs.