Steep rises in commodity egg prices have settled down a little — for now — giving retailers, and their customers, a break
Supermarket retailers have scrambled to keep their egg sales up as wholesale prices took a roller-coaster ride these last several months. Up, up, up, and then they started down, but prices haven't plummeted by any means. In fact, the price spikes aren't over, industry sources agree. So retailers are keeping a careful eye on this category, which they used to pretty much take for granted. Once the most profitable item in the dairy case, the egg is having trouble holding on to that title. In ...
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