Frequently Asked Questions
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General Product Information
AllWhites is 100% liquid egg whites - a naturally fat-free, cholesterol-free source of lean protein.
Most of the flavor of cooked eggs comes from the egg yolk. AllWhites has the milder flavor of egg whites.
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All varieties of AllWhites egg whites and
Hens producing eggs for AllWhites egg whites and
AllWhites egg whites are Kosher for Passover. Better'n Eggs and Better'n Eggs Plus are Kosher Parve. Both are certified through the Orthodox Union.
The egg yolk is processed and packaged separately and is sold to Foodservice and Food Ingredient customers for use in the manufacturing of other foods. Examples include mayonnaise, salad dressings, baked products and ice cream. The shells are used as a natural fertilizer and provide a good source of minerals for the soil. They are also sold back to the animal feed industry where they are further cleaned and ground and then used as a good source of calcium and other minerals.
Our cap eliminates the need for a pull ring, which consumers have told us is difficult to use. Now you can open the package in one motion. Twisting the cap counterclockwise breaks two safety seals that eliminate any type of tampering. Click here to see how it works.
Twist cap to open, our caps do not use a pull ring. As the cap is twisted counterclockwise, the plastic "teeth" cut through the carton creating the pour opening. Click here to see how it works
Yes, all our packaging is recyclable except our 4 ounce plastic cups.
Safety and Storage
You can freeze unopened packages of AllWhites and
Once opened, keep refrigerated and use AllWhites egg whites and
Nutrition & Health
Egg yolks are higher in fat, calories and cholesterol.
Compared to shell eggs, AllWhites and
Whole eggs are loaded with essential nutrients and vitamins, but contain things our bodies could do without—like fat and cholesterol. Since the yolk contains most of the fat, calories and cholesterol, we've removed the yolk and made a flavorful egg product using 98% egg whites.
According to current U.S. Food and Drug Administration food labeling regulations, foods containing less than 0.5 g of fat per serving are labeled as 0 g fat per serving. Omega-3 fatty acids are polyunsaturated fats and contribute 75 milligrams (mg) or 0.075 grams (g) of fat (a negligible amount of fat but a healthy amount for your diet) per serving of
The 75 mg of Omega-3 fatty acids, including DHA and EPA, added to each serving of
Cooking and Baking
AllWhites are heated during the pasteurization process and though not recommended for meringues or angel food cake, here is a recipe for "Royal Icing" using AllWhites:
- 1 pound powdered sugar
- 1/3 cup AllWhites
- 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartar
- 2 teaspoons of water
Use AllWhites egg whites and
Athletes generally require more protein in their diet than an average adult. Protein is important for building, repairing and maintaining strong muscles. AllWhites egg whites and
Yes, AllWhites must be fully cooked in order for the Biotin present in egg whites to be available for absorption. In its natural raw state, Avidin, a protein found in egg whites, binds with Biotin (a B-vitamin). When bound to Avidin, our bodies are unable to absorb Biotin from the egg white. The heat treatment or pasteurization temperature of the AllWhites is not high enough to denature the Avidin protein, therefore the Biotin remains bound.
Every food is assigned its own PointsPlus value based on protein, carbohydrates, fat and fiber content. Based on AllWhites and Better’n Eggs nutrition facts: 5 grams of protein, 0 carbohydrates, 0 fat and 0 fiber per serving, a serving of AllWhites or Better’n Eggs has 0 PointsPlus value.
Using the Weight Watchers® PointsPlus calculator, you can plug in the nutritional information in order to calculate a food's PointsPlus value.
Two servings = 1 PointsPlus value, three servings = 1 PointsPlus value, four servings = 2 PointsPlus value.
There are many recipes using AllWhites or Better’n Eggs that are low in PointsPlus value. Here are a few of our favorites: Garden Veggie Omelet (2 PointsPlus value), Spinach and Cheese Squares (3 PointsPlus value), Apple Cranberry Icebox Cookies (2 PointsPlus value). For more recipe ideas, visit our Weight Watchers Recipe Collection.