U.S. Department of Agriculture

Eggs are cheaper, just in time for Easter. Wholesale prices at stores in the U.S. Midwest have averaged $1 a dozen since mid-February, or more than 60 percent below the all-time highs seen in mid-2015, when a record bird-flu outbreak led to the death of millions of hens. The egg industry “continues to rebuild,” and output is forecast to rebound by about 4 percent in 2016, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said March 9.

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