Our signature yellow and blue cartons are environmentally friendly and biodegradable— including the labels! Our (very few) plastic cartons found at select retailers are not biodegradable, but can typically be recycled.

Happy Egg employs 50+ people in our Rogers, Arkansas headquarters and over 100 farmer families who produce our great-tasting eggs!

Great question— we’re so glad you asked! Long story short, while we share a namesake with Happy Egg UK, we are separate companies with no affiliation. The Happy Egg Company® was originally founded in the UK as part of Noble Foods. But today the Happy Egg Co.® is a U.S.-owned and operated free-range egg company that’s completely independent from the UK-based Noble Foods. We recognized the need for better, more transparent free-range farming practices in the U.S., so Happy Egg Co. USA cemented its roots in Arkansas and Missouri (and now Indiana) where our 60+ small family farms produce exceptional-tasting eggs.

We are proudly American Humane Certified. This means that we meet the Humane Farm Animal Care Standards and American Humane Certified Animal Welfare Standards, incorporated of scientific research, veterinary advice, and the practical experience of farmers. Access to nutritious feed and our environmental farm design that promotes the health and safety of our girls are just a few of the many standards we adhere to.

It helps that we’re the first commercial egg producer in the U.S. to be granted free range certification from the American Humane Association (AHA). Our hens roam freely on an expansive 8+ acres -- about the size of six football fields. They hang out among the trees, enjoy multiple play kits, scratch in dust-bathing pits and play with pecking toys as they please. Not to mention, they have bountiful access to tasty bugs and other vegetation they love, and always have access to clean water. In the evening, our hens come home to the barn to roost and early every morning, each hen selects her favorite nesting box for laying.

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