Egg market remains firm but could slip after Easter peak


DEMAND is holding up for the UK’s egg market, but there are fears that prices – at least for colony – could slip as supermarket sales normalise and Easter passes.

Across Europe, colony egg surpluses are beginning to emerge as the closure of the foodservice sector and drop in tourism starts to bi...

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