NEW YORK — The recall of more than half a billion commercially produced eggs originating from the Wright County Egg and Hillandale Farms in Iowa appears to have caused a spike in sales of locally produced eggs, according to dozens of news reports from regional newspapers and television stations throughout the country. “We first promised [Whole Foods Market] 20 dozen a week. Now we're up to 80 dozen a week, and we can't keep them supplied,” independent egg producer Donna Putney told WYFF ...

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