Smiles 4 Lunch
We believe most moms would agree that getting kids to eat vegetables can often times be a difficult task. So we decided to pull out a few tricks from under our sleeve to make... Continue reading »
A 70 year commitment to hen health and well-being
Looking back today it seems hard to believe that a high school science project in 1943 was the catalyst for what has become Canada’s largest family owned and operated egg producer, Burnbrae Farms. Our... Continue reading »
Healthy choices for a gluten-free diet
Finding gluten-free foods can be a challenge for people who need to avoid gluten. This includes anyone who has celiac disease or gluten sensitivity. Fortunately, the growing number gluten-free food options, such as Burnbrae... Continue reading »

Egg Myths – How Well Do You Know Eggs?

Brown eggs or white eggs? Hormone-free or antibiotic-free? Is it okay to start every day with eggs at breakfast? When... Continue reading »

An egg is an egg is an egg, right? You might be surprised!

When the Hudson family started providing eggs to Canadian families more than seven decades ago, we produced only one type... Continue reading »

U.S. dietary guidelines remove cholesterol limit

It’s official – the 2015-2000 Dietary Guidelines for Americans no longer include a limit for dietary cholesterol.1 Plus, eggs are... Continue reading »

Updates From Our Sponsored Athletes

Over the past few months our athletes have been busy training, competing, and getting ready for upcoming competitions. Burnbrae Farms... Continue reading »

Simply Egg Whites Make Sense

Have you resolved to lose weight? Here’s why egg white protein makes sense. Egg whites stand out as a good... Continue reading »

Let Eggs be Part of Healthy Eating Resolutions

If healthy eating is among your New Year resolutions, eggs are a great place to start. Adding more vegetables, fruit... Continue reading »

Resolutions Not Working? Try These Simple Tips to Get Focused

Getting healthy and losing weight are always the most popular goals when the year changes. Statistically, few people stick with... Continue reading »