Egg consumption is on the rise, and retailers tell SN they see demand growing for a variety of higher-priced specialty eggs that make any number of health claims. Long viewed as unhealthy for their cholesterol, and stigmatized by salmonella, eggs fell into disfavor at the same time women began entering the work force, according to industry observers. The end of the weekday breakfast ritual also contributed to the decline, they said. "Consumption is going back up," said Bob Trost, manager ...

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