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Examining cage-free egg production and consumer demand

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GAINESVILLE, Ga. — A recent study conducted by Michigan State University, with cooperation from Kansas City University and Purdue University looked at cage-free egg production and consumer demand for cage-free eggs.

“This research confirms what egg producers have known — cage-free transitions are extremely expensive, take years to implement and must be done in active partnership with their retail customers,” Chad Gregory, president and CEO of United Egg Producers, said. “Further, the study sheds light on one of the greatest challenges — that grocery shoppers do not understand transition deadlines and largely are unwilling to pay the premiums necessary to. . .

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