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   Arizona Stores Want To Extend Shelf Life Of Grade A Eggs
by Holliday Moore, KJZZ
Posted: Wednesday, February 14, 2018 at 3:44PM EST

Arizona retailers want to extend the shelf life for storing Grade A eggs sold in Arizona.  The battle is over $3 million worth of expired eggs thrown out each year.

When shoppers buy eggs at a the grocery, they can count on the egg being no more than 24 days old. It’s a standard set locally and nationally.

But retail lobbyist Michelle Ahlmer wants Arizona to bypass federal guidelines and tack on another 18 days to that expiration date.

To read the rest of the story, please go to: KJZZ


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