A friend of ours who owns a bakery reports that the wholesale price of eggs that she paid was $0.82 per dozen last January. Her price today is now $4.28. That’s a 480% price increase, year over year.

Categories: economics


Orbital Inflation Lasers · January 29, 2023 at 11:50 pm

Better jump on that it is $9.99 a dozen at the Sack-N-Save and they are going fast.
Locals in the burbs have chickens in the yards now and they don’t care about any laws against it.
Any more word on the Tractor Supply Company putting some WEF ingredients in the chicken feed causing them lay only one egg?

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