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Old 09-11-2017, 08:54 AM   #51
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Finally remembered to check the egg prices while I was out.

The white eggs ranged from about $1 - $1.50 a dozen, they were all store brand.

There was one other brand of white eggs that were in the $3.50 range, it was a specific brand and promoting 'vegetarian fed' chickens.

The brown eggs were all specific brands. All mentioning one or more of the following : Vegetarian fed, antibiotic free, free range. The least expensive were $1.89, but apparently that was a weekly special. Not sure what they normally go for. All the other brown eggs ( the ones not on special) were in the $3 to $5 range.

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