Scrambled, Fried? Anything Goes When Eggs Are This Cheap: ChartBy
If you’re in the mood to do some baking, it’s a good time to stock up on eggs. U.S. retail costs haven’t been this cheap since June 2007, and prices are less than half the record high reached last year, when the worst-ever domestic bird flu outbreak killed millions of laying hens. Production will rebound 4.7 percent in 2016, the government estimates.
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