Arizona Stores Want To Extend Shelf Life Of Grade A Eggs
by Holliday Moore, KJZZ
Posted: 2018-02-14 15:44:31 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.

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