No home chef should be without Marketside Large Cage Free Brown Eggs, 12 Count in a PET plastic recyclable carton. Our eggs come from hens that are free to roam, nest, and perch in a protected barn. Eggs are an excellent source of protein, as well as vitamin B5 and selenium, which are essential for a healthy diet. Use our eggs to create a variety of baked goods such as bread, fluffy pastries, cookies, cakes, and more. Make a delightful low-carb treat by baking one egg into half an avocado for a dose of healthy fats. When you want a quality product at a great price, choose Marketside Cage Free Large Brown Eggs.

Fresh ideas and quality ingredients, that’s how Marketside brings the best foods to your table. We are committed to deliver freshness that you can taste and see. Marketside offers the best in fresh food, guaranteed by Walmart, working in partnership with farmers, bakers and chefs for the highest quality, authentic ingredients and favorite recipes.

Food Allergen Statements

Contains Egg



Assembled Product Dimensions L x W x H

4.00 x 11.59 x 2.74 Inches



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10 reviews for Marketside Large Cage-Free Brown Eggs, 12 Count
  • 1 out of 5

    When I received my eggs 4 of them were broken. Not sure if happened in transportation or if the picker at Walmart didn’t pay enough attention. Eggs are to expensive to get 4 out of 12 broken.

  • 1 out of 5

    4 out of 12 eggs were broken when order was delivered. The yolks had leaked into the bag and it was a big mess. Tried to contact Walmart about it but a very frustrating process so I just gave up.

  • 2 out of 5

    Poor packaging. In my delivery all the eggs had fallen out of the carton into the bottom of the bag. 7 of 12 eggs were broken. Maybe that was partially the driver’s fault but because I’ve purchased these eggs before I believe the packaging caused part of the problem.

  • 3 out of 5

    There was a problem with at least one broken egg when I returned home. The packaging is too thin and no padding, hard to open, and a broken egg.

  • 1 out of 5

    Half of the eggs were broken. There is yolk all over other items. Now Walmart is asking that I return the mess to the store. It’s gross. I’ve had a few issues with produce and meat being bad quality or rotten. I’m think of canceling my Walmart subscription. The only reason I continue is because the return policy for rotten things has been good. Typically, I can just throw the damaged food out with a full refund. If Walmart expects customers to go to the store to fix their mistakes I don’t think this delivery system is going to be successful.

  • 1 out of 5

    this was delivery, they should have at least check for damages on eggs since the egg box can be open anyway. it only takes a seconds to check for damage. As soon as I open the egg box, 4 of them are cracked.

  • 3 out of 5

    In two of the dozens, each had a cracked egg.

  • 3 out of 5

    I ordered the market side, 12 large cage eggs. All of my eggs are busted. I would like to have them replaced and redeliver it to my home.

  • 3 out of 5

    Please start packing these eggs in better quality containers, the eggs are wonderful but not when you need to buy multiple packages to get a full dozen to create a decent dozen. I’m sure Walmart doesn’t enjoy refunding people for things of this nature when a simply detail can be updated to avoid this in the future. …or delivery shoppers/drivers could open and double check the eggs before adding them to the cart as well, add good eggs to a carton and leave bad ones at the store to write off instead of refunding.

  • 1 out of 5

    Not a very good ratio when 6 of the 12 arrive broken

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