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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