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MN Egg Company "Locally Laid" Defends Name to Outraged Customer in This Awesome Letter

A disgruntled customer grabbed these "Get Locally Laid" eggs "in a hurry" and was displeased with the sexual innuendo.

A disgruntled customer grabbed these "Get Locally Laid" eggs "in a hurry" and was displeased with the sexual innuendo.

They say they're not above using a bit of double entendre to get the word out about their locally produced, pasture-raised eggs, but that also means Duluth egg producer Locally Laid is not immune to the occasional prudish letter.

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Like the one they received last month from a very concerned customer, who wrote, "I find your name on your egg carton extremely offensive and your sexual innuendos in advertising them vulgar.... We have enough crudeness in the world without egg advertising adding to it."

Locally Laid took the opportunity to redirect the conversation to the power of eating local and the ins and outs of their sustainable egg production. Good on them for taking it as an opportunity to get the word out about their product.

And at the end of the thorough, educational rebuttal, Locally Laid wisely asks:

"Would you have learned all this if we were named Amundsen Farms?"

Read the outraged letter and response here.

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