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You betcha. We source our eggs from cage-free farms that meet or exceed the standards set by the American Humane Association for cage-free living facilities. The farms are regularly audited by a third-party agency to make sure standards are being met.

If your egglife wraps remain sealed and refrigerated, they will stay fresh until the “Best by” date stamped on the package. Once you open the package, we recommend you consume your wraps within seven days.

egglife egg white wraps can be served cold, straight out of the package, or warmed up if you prefer. Since they’re fully cooked and ready-to-eat, they need not be warmed to a certain temperature, or even at all, before eating. How to warm tortillas:  If you want to heat your egglife wrap in a microwave, ten seconds is a good place to start. (Microwave ovens vary in power, so warming time may need to be adjusted.) . If you want to warm up your Egglife wrap on the stovetop, just place a skillet over medium/high heat, and warm the wrap for 15-30 seconds per side. How to fold a tortilla: You can fold your wrap in different ways:
  • You can fold your wrap part-way and eat it like a taco;
  • You can fold it in half first and then roll it lengthwise for more of a sealed sandwich wrap or burrito-like experience;
  • You can fill your wrap with a yummy spread or melted cheese, then fold it all the way flat until it seals for more of a filled crepe-type meal.

Click here for great recipes made with all flavors of egglife egg white wraps.  If you are looking for specific diets, check out our recipes for:

  • Keto Diet
  • Paleo Diet
  • -inspired Diet
  • Gluten Free Desserts
  • Quick and Easy Recipes
  • Paninis
  • All Recipes

Egglife egg white wraps are comprised of 95% egg whites or more, depending on the variety. With that much egg white, there’s no room for any extra nonsense!

Xanthan gum is a natural ingredient produced by the bacteria Xanthomonas campestris. It’s great at thickening low fat things and keeping foods soft and pliable. You can see why it would be a super handy thing to add to a fat-free wrap that needs to stay strong in the face of your bountiful fillings!

Xanthan gum is naturally gluten free and dairy free, and it does not contain any allergens. It is considered vegetarian. Because we use so little of it in our wraps, it does not contribute significantly to calories, carbs or nutrition.

Egglife egg white wraps do not contain any artificial preservatives. Rather, we use an ingredient called nisin, which is produced by the bacteria Lactococcus lactis, to serve as a natural preservative. Nisin is made up of protein building blocks (amino acids) that naturally deter the growth of certain bacteria that are known to spoil food. Nature provides some of the best, simplest solutions sometimes!

Egglife wraps are very compatible with Paleo lifestyles. They are grain-free, dairy-free, and legume-free in accordance with Paleo diets. Xanthan gum, which is naturally derived from bacteria, is also considered Paleo-compliant, as are the spices we use to flavor our wraps.There are no Paleo-prohibited artificial preservatives in Egglife wraps. 

Egglife wraps are very compatible with Keto diets as they contain less than one gram of carbohydrate per wrap, no sugar whatsoever, and five grams of protein. The wraps themselves contain no fat, so to use Egglife wraps as part of a Keto meal, you can fill them with higher fat options like avocado, tahini, pesto, cheese, steak, ground beef or lamb, tuna salad with mayo or salmon, as well as very low carb veggies like lettuce, cucumbers, cabbage, zucchini, spinach or mushrooms.

Yes! egglife wraps can be frozen up to 3 months. To prepare, thaw your package of egglife in the refrigerator overnight. We recommend heating the wraps on a skillet for 10-15 seconds after thawing or blotting with a paper towel to eliminate any excess moisture. Upon thawing, please consume the wraps within 7 days. We do not recommend refreezing wraps after they have been thawed.