You may have noticed this while grocery shopping. The brown shelled eggs always more than the white. I always thought it was because of their nutrients, quality, being “organic” or something like that. But nope. It’s none of those things come to find out.
Brown eggs actually cost more because the hens that lay them are larger and need to be feed more. This ends up costing more to raise them. That cost in turn is what you’re paying for in the store. Interesting!
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