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Henfruit launches cage-free and corn-fed variants of All Natural eggs

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Core Tip: Henfruit, a Delhi- and Punjab-based producer and supplier of eggs, launched different assortments of All Natural eggs with a vision towards creating a healthier lifestyle that fits in everyone’s pocket.
Henfruit, a Delhi- and Punjab-based producer and supplier of eggs, launched different assortments of All Natural eggs with a vision towards creating a healthier lifestyle that fits in everyone’s pocket.

These assortments include:
Cage-free eggs: Laid by free-range hens which are allowed to rear in the natural environment
Corn-fed eggs: Laid by hens fed with an all-natural antibiotic free corn and soy-based diet
Humpty Dumpty eggs: Enriched with protein and highly bio-available protein, vitamins like Vitamins B12 and D, calcium and DHA
 
The eggs go through a strict process of sanitisation like UV disinfection and shell sanitisation ridding them of all kinds of bacteria, including the most harmful ones like salmonella and E coli. Moreover, their hens are not exposed to synthetic hormones, antibiotics, pesticides and fungicides. Further their quality tests like candling, Haugh units and visual inspection of shell thickness is conducted, resulting in that perfect egg.
 
At Henfruit, the hens are fed formulations which are based on the consultation of their panel of five doctors, who hand-pick the ingredients and set the ratio for each different variant of egg, that every hen consumes. These ingredients include herbs such as tulsi, prasparani, hadjod, groundnut, soy, turmeric, wheat corn, etc. 
 
“We believe that the root cause of leading lifestyle diseases and an unhealthy gut is adulterated and genetically-modified (GM) food, and finding truly all natural, organic and health aiding foods is a big challenge. So, we decided to take this challenge and have started on a journey with a mission to make India healthy, one food at a time.” said Tarun Gupta, co-founder, Henfruit. 
 
 
 
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