Newport Beach, CA (PressExposure) April 13, 2011 -- A report published by the Government of Canada and Allergy/Asthma Information Association found that the number of people affected by soy based allergies ranks in the top ten amongst all known allergens. Although most who suffer from soy allergies outgrow the allergy by the age of two, about 1% of all American adults still suffer from soy based allergies. Most experts believe this number will grow in coming years. The study also found that avoiding all products that contain soy, soy traces or soy derivatives was the only reliable prevention approach.
Regarding the study, Chino Valley Ranchers President Steve Nichols said, "Soy allergies can be a serious issue, especially for families with young children, who typically experience reactions until around age two." Nichols continued, "Our soy free egg helps parents give their children the lean protein eggs offer while avoiding allergic reactions that can be mild, to quite severe and potentially dangerous."
Chino Valley Ranchers is a family owned and operated company located in Arcadia, CA and has been producing quality eggs for over 50 years. During this time, the company has constantly improved its ability to achieve the highest quality organic and cage free eggs for its customers. Chino Valley Soy free eggs are available throughout California. More information about Chino Valley Ranchers and its soy free egg can be found on its corporate website at http://www.soyfreeegg.com or by calling 1.800.354.4503. Contact: David Will, General Manager
Charles B. Nichols started egg farming decades ago with his wife, Isabella, and their three children Charles, David, and Steve. Charles spent many years caring for his chickens, and finding innovative ways to improve their way of life. One of these ways was taking the birds out of cages and placing nests on the floor for them to walk in and out of at their leisure.
As the years passed this idea became more widespread and become a standard in humane treatment. His dedication to his ranches paved the way for his son Steve, and Steve's wife, Kathy, in taking over Chino Valley Ranchers in 1989 Committed to the traditional roots of chicken farming, Steve has continued in his father's footsteps, and pushed the company further into the organic and specialty side of the egg market.