Why do brown eggs cost more if there is no difference ?
- 21 hours ago
There is a difference. Pasture Eggs are the way to go though. Be aware of marketing. (the diff might be a small one though, nutritious wise).Source(s): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PTdh-KoI-tQ
- Christin KLv 71 day ago
Because the market can bear the extra cost. People THINK there is a difference but the only difference is in the shell color because of the type of chicken that laid the egg in the first place.
People are gullible. They believe what advertisers or marketing people tell them. They don't think for themselves for the most part, and manufacturers, especially those that market food, know this and take advantage of it.
- JohnLv 41 day ago
Why would you think there isn't a difference?
Chicken eggs don't just come brown and white but other colors too.
My memory is vague on eggs you.will need to find out for yourself.
I suggest you start kicking your car dealers around if they won't tell you the difference.
- JOHN BLv 62 days ago
Eggs are sold by size. Your selection is probably Extra Large.
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- TulipLv 72 days ago
Because people are stupid and think there is
- kswck2Lv 72 days ago
Marketing. If you offer a person a white egg or a brown egg, they usually Will have a preference.
- curtisports2Lv 72 days ago
Supply and demand. Far fewer brown eggs are produced. There is a perception in the minds of some that brown eggs are of higher quality, or fresher, and are willing to pay the higher price created by the smaller supply.
- DroneLv 72 days ago
Brown colour is the nature egg..that's the difference that cost more..
- 2 days ago
There is no difference in nutrition between brown eggs and white eggs.
But the breeds of chickens that lay eggs are different.
Brown eggs are laid by brown chickens.
White eggs are laid by white hens.
So, brown chicken is generally a breed for meat.
They lay fewer eggs in a certain period of time than the white breed of hens used for egg production. They also need more food than white breeds of chickens.
These are the costs that are reflected in the price of eggs.
- MarkLv 72 days ago
It's all about the source... In some places white eggs are more expensive.