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An abundance of eggs is tightening the screws on the cage-free market. With so many eggs in the marketplace, conventional eggs have become too cheap for many consumers to resist. It’s easy to see why: A dozen cage-free eggs cost as much as $2.99 in the Midwest last week, while a carton of conventional Grade AA eggs sold for as little as 39 cents. (Bloomberg)

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