Spring 2018 Eggsaminer


Scratch a foodie, find a clean label proponent? Yes, in today’s environment. Find out how Millennials and Generation Z, avid foodies, have pushed clean label from fad to mainstream. As many as 93 percent of all shoppers look for clean label products. Figure out their clean label definitions and desires and learn how egg ingredients can help fulfill clean label promises.

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Packed with 6 grams of protein per large egg and all nine essential amino acids -
eggs are an MVP. (Most Valuable Protein*)

There are many benefits of including high-quality protein in an overall healthy diet. Protein helps build and maintain muscle tissue in adults. Diets rich in high-quality protein have also been shown to help people feel full and satisfied after eating, control their appetite and manage their body weight.

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Marie Callendar

#1. Marie Callendar’s DELIGHTS™

Marie Callender’s DELIGHTS™ line of prepared meals presents a way to cut saturated fat, cholesterol and calories with its savory Baked Turkey Meatloaf with Roasted Red Pepper Tomato Sauce. The full meal includes seasoned leafy greens and roasted potatoes for just 300 total calories and 3 grams saturated fat. Whole eggs help bind the meatloaf together.

 Duncan Hines

#2. Duncan Hines® Chocolate Chip Muffins

The ideal size for an individual treat, Duncan Hines® introduces new Chocolate Chip Muffin mix in its Perfect Size® for 1 line of mug cakes. This single-serve microwaveable dessert fits into the clean label trend containing no artificial preservatives, no artificial flavors and contributing 18 grams of whole grain per individual dessert.

Buff Bake Chocolate Protein Donut

#3. Buff Bake Chocolate Protein Donut

Replace a trip to a donut shop in guilt-free fashion with a Chocolate Donut protein cookie introduced by Buff Bake, a company founded in 2014. Packed with 16 grams of protein and high in fiber, this cookie is crafted with all-natural, non-GMO ingredients in a gluten-free format.

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#4. Stonewall Kitchen Ghost Pepper Aioli

Stonewall Kitchen introduces an aioli with real heat, its Ghost Pepper Aioli. Ghost pepper once ranked as the world’s hottest chili, according to the manufacturer, delivering a “tongue-tingling heat that’s ever so slightly tempered by its creamy mayonnaise base.” Whole eggs create a stable emulsion to lend mayonnaise its creamy texture.

Realgood Breakfast Pizza Co

#5. Realgood Breakfast Pizza Co

Realgood Breakfast Pizza Co. crafts “Real Pizza you feel good about eating,” introducing a high-protein breakfast pizza blending scrambled egg, mozzarella cheese, cheese sauce and uncured pepperoni in a cook-and-serve single-serve package. This gluten-free pizza contains 4 grams total carbs and 25 grams protein per pizza.

Eggo Waffles

#6. Kellogg’s® Eggo®

Kellogg’s® Eggo® brand introduces a reformulated clean-label version of its ubiquitous Buttermilk flavor waffle containing no artificial colors or flavors. A single package contains 10 waffles for five servings of two waffles each for just 180 calories per serving.

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