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AEB: Looking toward the future of eggs

By Emily Metz American Egg Board

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CHICAGO — For egg producers, 2022 has been a year of challenges and triumphs. Navigating HPAI, protracted supply chain issues and an inflationary environment while ensuring a plentiful supply of safe, affordable eggs for consumers and customers has tested our farmers’ resiliency and resolve — and it’s no surprise that they have risen to the occasion.

Grit, after all, is nothing new to egg farmers.

At the same time, 2022 was in many respects a banner year for eggs. The United Nations named eggs as just one of two “star ingredients” at its first-ever UN Food Systems Summit; Nation’s. . .

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