Little Rain Volay and her mother Tara received a free breakfast wrap from Erika Enns of Vitala Foods.

Abbotsford’s Vitala Foods launches new Sunshine Eggs

Vitala Foods is "Spreading the Sunshine" across the Lower Mainland this week, to promote the launch of their new Vita D Sunshine Eggs.



Vitala Foods is “Spreading the Sunshine” at events across the Lower Mainland this week, to promote the launch of their new Vita D Sunshine Eggs.

The Abbotsford Company has a mobile van preparing breakfast burritos outside the Save-on-Foods store on Sumas Way until noon.

The eggs are billed as the first in the world to contain 100 per cent of a person’s daily vitamin D requirement in a single egg – the same vitamin people get through adequate exposure to the sun’s rays.

“We’re excited to do our part to help British Columbians get their daily dose of vitamin D, a crucial nutrient known to have widespread health benefits,” said Vitala Foods president Bill Vanderkooi in a press release.

“We’re a home-grown Abbotsford company, so we’re pleased to be celebrating our launch in our home town.

The eggs are sold at Save-On-Foods, Cooper’s, PriceSmart, Choices Markets and Urban Fare throughout B.C.

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