SEYMOUR, Ind. -- A pair of Chicago-area retailers has been testing eggs which are individually imprinted with a "laid on" date, according to the company that developed the product. Greg Hinton, vice president sales, Rose Acre Farms, based here, said that Dominick's and Aldi were the first to begin carrying the eggs. The dated eggs were sent to a majority of Dominicks' 113 units and Aldi's 59 units, all based in the Chicago area. Laura McKeough, a category manager for Dominick's, declined ...

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