Views Mixed on Cage-Free, Regular Eggs

WASHINGTON — Scanner data indicates American consumers buy “regular” eggs over cage-free eggs by a margin of 40 to 1, according to Chicago-based SymphonyIRI Group, but surveys indicate that they prefer roomier housing for laying hens.

WASHINGTON — Scanner data indicates American consumers buy “regular” eggs over cage-free eggs by a margin of 40 to 1, according to Chicago-based SymphonyIRI Group, but surveys indicate that they prefer roomier housing for laying hens.

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