Yes, the eggs that we eat are unfertilized. This means that they have not been fertilized by a rooster, and therefore do not contain an embryo. Hens lay eggs regardless of whether they have mated with a rooster, so most of the eggs that are produced for human consumption are unfertilized.
Commercial egg-laying hens are kept separate from roosters, so the eggs that they lay cannot be fertilized. Even if a fertilized egg was accidentally collected for human consumption, it would not contain an embryo because the eggs are typically refrigerated immediately after being laid, which prevents the development of the embryo.
In summary, the eggs that we eat are typically unfertilized, meaning that they have not been fertilized by a rooster and do not contain an embryo.