Denver restaurants scrambling to keep up with nationwide egg shortage

Posted on AllSides January 12th, 2023

The new year isn’t all it’s cracked up to be for restaurants with menus that rely heavily on eggs. In the last few weeks, eggs have quickly disappeared from Colorado grocery store shelves and prices have skyrocketed. The egg shortage is a result of a nationwide avian flu outbreak infecting poultry farms, increased consumer demand during the holidays, plus a new state law requiring that all eggs sold in grocery stores and produced on Colorado farms be cage-free, which took effect on Jan. 1. But it’s not just grocery shoppers...

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