JAN 4, 2023
Many people are aware that there is currently a shortage of chicken eggs in many parts of the world. This shortage has been caused by a number of factors, primarily due to avian flu and the destruction of many egg-laying hens. Other things that have impacted the egg shortage have been the COVID-19 pandemic, supply chain issues on egg production and distribution, and the growing demand for eggs as a source of protein.
If you have not been paying attention, the cost of eggs is also going up drastically. The average cost of a large dozen eggs is sitting at $3.42. When I checked, my local Kroger’s large eggs were going for $3.85 a dozen. Extra large eggs are going for $4.95.
I had a community member send me a picture that she got from a friend who lives in New York, and they are paying $9.19 for a dozen large organic eggs.
This is insane, and it is getting to the point where people are going not to be able to afford to buy food.
If you rely on eggs as a regular part of your diet, it’s essential to have a plan in place to ensure you have a steady supply of eggs even during shortages.
With that, I have compiled some tips for preparing for the chicken egg shortage that we will experience.
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