Retail egg prices up 21% in 2015 Q3

Retail egg prices up 21% in 2015 Q3

Egg prices have begun to adjust as industry continues to recover from avian flu.

Prices for shell eggs are among the most volatile in the grocery store. While overall grocery store (food-at-home) prices typically do not rise or fall more than 1.5% per quarter, over the last 16 years, shell eggs have posted quarterly price changes ranging from an 11.3% decline in the third quarter of 2004 to a 20.9% increase in the third quarter of 2015.

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