Rare $0.75/1 Dozen Safest Choice Eggs Coupon

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Yay!  This rare egg coupon is available again! Head on over to Coupons.com and use zip code 32114 to print a new $0.75/1 Safest Choice Pasteurized Eggs coupon.  These eggs are sold at quite a few stores nation-wide, including Safeway, select Whole Foods, H-E-B, Foodtown, Sprouts, and more (go here to find a store near you)!

On that note, does anyone know the price of these eggs?

(Thanks, Coupon Saving Sista!)

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Comments 10

  1. Cathy

    Shoprite has them for $1.99 this week, so .49 if your store fully doubles.

  2. imr

    $3.50 at HT after triple coupons $1.25

  3. Lana

    I got very sick from eating this brand of eggs. They are permitted by the FDA to pasturize eggs from farms known to be infected with salmonella and supposedly their process makes them safe. I would argue that point.

  4. Aj

    My Husband worked for this company 2 years back & he saw how “well” these eggs were pasteurized. Let’s just say they cut a lot of corners. Not exactly the “Safest Choice”.

  5. Pamela

    I made scrambled eggs with these and they had a weird texture, smelled bad and tasted awful. Perhaps they are best in non cooked recipes such as salad dressings but after reading the previous comments I wouldn’t suggest it. Yuck!

    If you get them cheap with the coupon, use them in cake mixes. That’s what I did with the rest of my dozen.

  6. Judy D'Auteuil

    Oh no! They were bogo at Big Y this week. I think I’ll throw them away. Thanks for the info.

  7. Sheri

    I’m so glad to get the info on these eggs. I’ve had them in the past, but I don’t think you could pay me to buy them, now.
    These were 3.99 when I purchased them last month.
    Thanks for the info.!!!

  8. amber

    I thought pasteurized eggs sounded like a bad thing. Pastuerization just isn’t a good thing. They pasteurize things that are not safe to try and make them safer.

  9. Liz

    I just finished a carton of these eggs. Tasted like eggs to me. I used them to bake, and made scrambled eggs. If they _are_ cutting corners in the pasteurization, doesn’t that make them just like normal eggs?

  10. JoAnn

    All eggs are potentially infected with salmonella so I don’t believe that these eggs in their pre-pasteurized state are any worse than any other egg from any other supplier. I’ve used these eggs for a few years now and have never noticed any sort of problem with taste, quality or texture. Keep in mind though that what happens to the eggs after they are pasteurized matters. There’s always potential to get sick if the eggs aren’t handled or stored correctly after they leave the processor and enter the store. And never overestimate the quality of a grocer’s practices when it comes to food safety. I live in the area where the tornadoes struck in April 2011. We lost all power that day. The next day we went into a small grocery store and witnessed the owner happily selling spoiled packages of hot dogs from the hot case that they had been sitting in for more than 24 hours (there were gobs of people buying them!).

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