WARSAW — Blue Sky Family Farms, presented by Egg Innovations, the nation’s largest producer of 100 percent free range and pasture raised eggs, announced the arrival of Blue Sky Family Farms eggs to the Whole Foods Market Mid-Atlantic Division.
The three new offerings of Blue Sky Family Farms’ free range, non-GMO brown, organic and pasture raised organic eggs are available in Whole Foods Market stores in Kentucky, Maryland, New Jersey (Marlton, Princeton and Cherry Hill), Ohio, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Washington D.C.
Blue Sky Family Farms’ eggs are currently available at more than 550 finer grocery and natural stores throughout the Midwest. The expansion into Whole Foods Market Mid-Atlantic Division represents the more than 100 years of success of the family-owned operation. Egg Innovations’ 2015 growth includes completing 33 new barns, a new $5 million organic, non-GMO feed mill, and construction on a new processing plant that allows for future expansions in 2016 and beyond.
“We’re excited to have Blue Sky Family Farms in Whole Foods Market in the Mid-Atlantic area to meet the demand for better eggs and more ethical treatment of chickens,” said John Brunnquell, founder and president of Egg Innovations and Blue Sky Family Farms. “For more than 25 years, Egg Innovations has provided enhanced value specialty eggs and we are eager to expand to this new area with a great partner in Whole Foods Market.”
With its tag line, “Ethical Eggs for the Humane Race,” Blue Sky Family Farms holds to the highest Humane Farm Animal Care (HFAC) “Certified Humane” standards for free range and pasture raised eggs.
In addition to great tasting eggs, families can feel good that their purchase supports Family Farmers in America as Egg Innovations is the industry-leading partner with the longest farmer contracts and best financial returns.