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As a country, we consume billions of eggs a year, and as an individual with a passion for them, I am quite sure I consume more than my per capita share. Which is why marketers are working hard to convince us that their eggs come from blissfully happy, healthy chickens. But what do the labels really mean ... Take this True or False "quiz" below to see how egg-savvy you are.
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Free-Range Means Hens Live Outside: True or False?
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False. It simply means they have "access" to the outdoors, but the door may be tiny, and the "outdoors" may be nothing more than a concrete slab. This photo shows how most free-range hens do NOT live. Learn more about eggs here.

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