Specialty eggs are getting their day in the sun. Consumers have not heard so much news about eggs since the '70s when they were derided as prime carriers of "life-threatening" cholesterol. Now, informed shoppers know they can enjoy eggs in moderation. When they look in the dairy case, they have a myriad of choices, beyond the standard carton of 12. Eggs enhanced with nutrients, such as omega-3 fatty acids, are widely available. Shoppers are also hearing a lot about the living conditions of ...

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