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    An Egg-citing Development

    Instead of spending time with messy coloring kits this Easter, consumers may wish to try some naturally blue eggs, courtesy of Monroe, N.H.-based Pete & Gerry’s Eggs — and if they do, there’s a good chance they’ll get hooked on the unique variety.


    Instead of spending time with messy coloring kits this Easter, consumers may wish to try some naturally blue eggs, courtesy of Monroe, N.H.-based Pete & Gerry’s Eggs — and if they do, there’s a good chance they’ll get hooked on the unique variety. Laid by cage-free Ameraucana hens originally from South America’s Patagonia region, premium pastel-hued Platine Bleue eggs offer deep-yellow yolks and a rich flavor. The hens are fed a diet of whole cereal grains, marigold and alfalfa grasses containing no byproducts, hormones or antibiotics. Pete & Gerry’s is currently recruiting small New England farmers to raise the eggs, as part of the company’s commitment to the preservation of family farms. Platine Bleue eggs come in crystal-clear recycled plastic cartons. For more information, visit www.platinebleue.com or call Karl Johnson at 603-638-2034.

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