Analysis: Egg prices falling ahead of holiday

Analysis: Egg prices falling ahead of holiday

Retail egg features stalled through middle of November.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture reported Monday that shell egg inventories were at 1.452 million cases, declining 1.3% from the week prior but up 26.9% compared to the five-year average for the period.

At 307,500 cases, Urner Barry analyst Brian Moscogiuri said breaking stock inventories were 6.1% higher than the week before and were up 16.7% in relation to the five-year average. Total shell egg stocks were 1.759 million cases, down slightly from the previous week, which was the

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