The Difference Between Grade AA, A, And B Eggs



Do your eggs have a grade? Each USDA grade is a mark of the egg’s quality. Grade AA eggs are the highest quality whereas Grade B are the lowest.

Egg graders determine quality based on the egg’s: shell, white, yolk, and air cell. Here’s how to tell a high quality egg from a low one.

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Author Since: Sep 20, 2018

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  2. In France, we have 0, 1, 2 or 3
    0 is for organic eggs from free-ranging hens
    1 is for other eggs from free-ranging hens
    2 is for eggs from hens on the ground who never go outside
    3 is for eggs from caged hens

  3. It's a great part of a diet if you want to die young! A yolk is enough to feed a baby chick for 21 days… think about that for a second…. it's basically all fat and cholesterol and people think they can eat one egg a day or more? HA!!!!!

  4. Marketers can use the grade shield to increase their prices even though the product may not have a grade? How the heck? What the heck? Then how do I know the product they're selling is actually AA grade?