There is great news for breakfast lovers all across New York State.

If you woke up today and plan on making an omelet, having a sausage and egg sandwich, or just a bowl of scrambled eggs, it won't cost you as much as it did just a couple of months ago.

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According to the latest indexes, the price of eggs in New York has dropped once again.

The United State Department of Agulculitare stated that the price of eggs has dropped around 10 cents since last week across New York State.

Prices are down 10 cents for larger sizes and 8 cents lower for Medium.
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PRICES TO RETAILERS, SALES TO VOLUME BUYERS, USDA GRADE A AND GRADE A,
WHITE EGGS IN CARTONS, DELIVERED STORE DOOR, CENTS PER DOZEN.

RANGE
EXTRA LARGE 157-161
LARGE 155-159
MEDIUM 138-142

Looking online at several online shopping websites like Instacart, the average price for a dozen eggs in New York State is around $2.67. That is way down from the record high we had back in December of 2022 when the supply chain was compromised by an outbreak of avian flu.

We were paying over $7 for a dozen of eggs back then. We started to see the price drop in January and it has continued to drop as the production levels have returned to normal.

So wake up and enjoy that breakfast before heading out today. Just know you will have a couple of extra bucks in your pocket.

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