As of January 1, all eggs sold in California must come from chickens that have enough room to spread their wings and move around. California is the country’s biggest egg consumer, and the new regulations are ruffling the feathers of farmers around the country who now have to renovate their coops. We look at what the law means for the industry and for consumers, who could see prices rise.
California Upends Egg Farming
- Alan Bjerga - Bloomberg News - @AlanBjerga