Buoyed by growing consumer interest in nutrition, the egg category sales growth shows no signs of cracking. At Onalaska, Wis.-based Festival Foods, dairy buyer Brian Behnke has seen a boost in egg sales. “I would say that consumption is up I think for the second year in a row,” said Behnke. “Based on that I think that people are finding out that eggs aren’t as bad for you as people once thought.” Cholesterol is no longer the Big Bad Wolf for many ...

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