Munax Ltd.

The Company Behind Eggs

Free Range Eggs – taste the freedom

Free range hens are allowed to move freely around the henhouse. They can scratch, take dust baths, lay eggs in nests and sit on perches.

Free range chickens have access to outdoors every day, all year round. The yard has a weather sheltered outdoor veranda that makes grazing possible also in midwinter times. The free range chicken eat regular feed.

Outside they have a generous amount of space with a luxurious 4m² per each hen!

The quality of the egg shows the welfare of the hen because the feed affects both the appearance and the taste of the egg. We care about animal welfare – happy chickens lay the best-tasting eggs! Our eggs come from Finnish farms.

You can watch how our free range hens are living on our Facebook-page. On Youtube you’ll find more videos.

You recognize free range eggs from the number 1 on the egg.

 

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Barn Eggs

Barn eggs are produced in farms where the hens are allowed to move freely around the henhouse. The maximum stocking density is 9 hens/m2. Litter must account for one third of the floor space allowing the chicken to take dust baths and scratch. The hens have nest boxes and perches to sit on.

The egg is candled and photographed in the process of packing to ensure the highest quality for our customers. The eggs are also stamped with codes for producer-, way of production and country of origin. In this way we can trace the egg all the way back to its home farm.

Animal welfare is important to us – happy chickens lay the best eggs! Our eggs come from Finnish farms.

You recognize barn eggs from the number 2 on the egg.

Eggs from enriched cages

Laitilan Kanatarha traditional eggs are a good choice. The egg can be white or brown. The chickens live in small groups in furnished cages where the chickens have perches, laying nests and a littered area for scratching and pecking.

Animal welfare is important to us – happy chickens lay the best eggs! Our eggs come from Finnish farms.

You recognize enriched eggs from the number 3 on the egg