U.S. approves eggs from Netherlands to ease shortage

U.S. approves eggs from Netherlands to ease shortage

Avian flu-related shortage leaves U.S. egg market struggling to fulfill demand from bakers and other food producers.

U.S. approves eggs from Netherlands to ease shortage
ALTHOUGH emerging cases of avian influenza have slowed in recent days, the disease has continued to take a toll on the U.S. egg supply, particularly in the breaker market, which supplies eggs to be broken for use in processed foods

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