Get Cracking Contest for Canada

Contest Alert!

Enter for your chance to Win a Get Cracking prize pack for you and a loved one!

Contest Prize:

  • One lucky winner will win two Get Cracking baking prize packs: one for themselves and one to gift to a loved one!

To enter this contest:

Go to the Official, Get Cracking Facebook or Instagram page via the link below, locate the current contest post, Like and Comment, and follow the instructions provided in the contest post.

1) Follow @eggsoeufs on Instagram? or on Facebook

2) Leave a comment of your favourite holiday baked treat!?
3) Tag your friends and family! You may tag as many people as you’d like, but tag must be a separate entry/comment. ?

Very easy! Good Luck!:

Contest Rules:

  • Residents of Canada
  • Quebec Friendly
  • Age of majority
  • Valid Facebook or Instagram account
  • Single entry (extra entries for more tags)

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This Egg Farmers contest ends December 26, 2022

One randomly selected winner will be selected on Wednesday, December 28, 2022 and notified via DM.

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    You must be familiar with this brand if you are an egg lover. Maybe not the specifics, but even the logo or catchphrase they use.

    Whether you like your eggs hard-cooked, poached or over-easy, they are pretty simple to cook. Not to mention egg whites are perfect for you.

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    Everyone seems to have a preference regarding the eggs they purchase. Find the perfect guide to buying eggs via the Egg Farmers Of Canada website.

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    For those who do the household grocery shopping and stand in front of the egg aisle, you know exactly what I am talking about.

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