ANALYSIS: Brown Shell-Egg Prices Decline for First Time Since Mid-July, as Demand Wanes
For the first time in seven months, brown shell-egg prices have come under pressure amid easing demand levels and mounting inventories. Northeast brown large plunged 6cts yesterday and another nickel today, as sellers – struggling to find an outlet for their surplus – have been forced to offload at a discount. At $2.23/dozen, values are down 4.7% on the week but still 47.0% higher than at this time last year...
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