California egg market finding new equilibrium

California egg market finding new equilibrium

U.S. egg farmers work out if it's profitable to produce Prop 2-compliant eggs, while Californians pay more.

California egg market finding new equilibrium
WITH California's new egg production regulations now in effect, the U.S. egg market will continue its struggle to find a new equilibrium as consumers in the golden state shell out more money for fewer eggs available at the grocery store.

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