The shell color of the egg is not a real big deal apparently. While a lot of people consider this as a measuring standard while choosing eggs, the color does not have any direct impact on the nutrition value.
The shell color variation is due to the breed of the hen and nothing else. Meaning that there is no difference between brown eggs and white eggs. However, the color of the yolk is important.
“If you go to the farmers’ market and buy your eggs, usually the yolk is so much more pigmented and bright than when you buy eggs from the grocery store. When animals are raised more in their natural environment, they tend to be a little more nutritious and taste better”, an expert noted.