Nutritional Information

energy

protein

fat, total

- saturated

carbohydrate

- sugars

sodium

Average Quantity Per serving (2 eggs)

503kJ

11.0g

8.9g

3.0g

1.2g

0.3g

122mg

Average Per Quantity Per 100g

559kJ

12.2g

9.9g

3.3g

1.3g

0.3g

136mg

Nutritional Information

energy

protein

Fat, total

- saturated

carbohydrate

- sugars

sodium

Average Quantity Per serving (2 eggs)

581kJ

12.7g

10.3g

3.4g

1.4g

0.3g

141mg

Average Per Quantity Per 100g

559kJ

12.2g

9.9g

3.3g

1.3g

0.3g

136mg

Nutritional Information

energy

protein

fat, total

- saturated

carbohydrate

- sugars

sodium

Average Quantity Per serving (2 eggs)

660kJ

14.4g

11.7g

3.9g

1.5g

0.4g

160mg

Average Per Quantity Per 100g

559kJ

12.2g

9.9g

3.3g

1.3g

0.3g

136mg

Good Eggs

According to research, it’s officially okay to eat an egg every day. Studies show that there is no link between daily egg intake and increased cholesterol, plus eggs are relatively low in saturated fat.

Not only are eggs okay every day for adults, but the high quality protein they provide makes them a healthy addition for kids’ daily diet, too.

See, we always knew eggs were good for you and your family.

Source: Australian Egg Corporation

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