CHICAGO — Egg sales have not taken a beating even as prices soar to new levels, a recent research report shows. Indeed, consumers are using the same volume of eggs they've been using since 2005, according to Mintel, a consumer research firm here. “The volume has remained remarkably stable over the last few years,” Mintel researchers report. “Consumers are using 2.6 to 2.7 dozen eggs per month.” There has been a trade-off, however, with consumers buying fewer specialty eggs. Mintel's ...
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