USDA: How We Store Our Eggs—and Why

April 24, 2019 USDA AMS

It is a question anyone who has ever eaten or cooked an egg might want to ask: How should we store them? That’s because the way eggs are stored depends on where they’re produced.

Giant Food Issues ‘Cage Free Eggs’ Statement

February 26, 2019 Giant Food

We have committed to working with suppliers to reach a 100 percent cage-free shell egg assortment by 2025. We are working toward a 100 percent cage-free shell egg assortment first in private brand selection, which accounts for the majority of our shell egg sales.

Cal-Maine Beats Profit Views, But Sales Miss as Eggs Sales and Prices Decline

January 11, 2019 Tomi Kilgore, MarketWatch

“Per capita egg consumption is up near historical levels, but supply concerns appear to be affecting market prices,” said Chief Executive Dolph Baker.

World’s First Kill-Free Chicken Eggs now Available

The world’s first kill-free chicken eggs are now for sale in Germany, laid by hens that were bred without killing any male chicks. A breakthrough process has been created by German scientists to identify the gender of an egg on the ninth day of its incubation, eliminating the need to cull male chicks after hatching.