URBAN COOPERATIVE COOP
OF EVERY COLOR.
“One thing that really stands out to me is the different color variety that the chickens lay. Everything from a dark chocolate egg to a tan egg or an olive egg or sometimes even a rose egg. That’s one of the main selling points of Ayden’s Eggs, the different variety of color, but also because of the freshness. The eggs are usually at the latest five days old. We collect throughout the week. While most grocery stores on the other hand, the minimum is probably 30 days,”
Ayden is a student at Highland High School in the FFA program. For his SAE project, he decided to sell chicken eggs. We are happy to join Ayden in providing our customers with the best of the best. These fresh eggs provide our sandwiches with that great taste.