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SEPRA weekly newsletter 7th December 2012

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SEPRA weekly newsletter - 7th December 2012


Was expecting further increases for next week, but there is a lot of sitting on the fence going on, EX Large appear to be very short in supply, almost unprocurable, and the demand for Large has increased, there does seem to be Mediums about, we are getting the impression that consumers have moved up to the larger sizes of eggs, because of the time of year and the colder weather, with slightly less demand for the bargain minimum weight packs which are predominantly small and medium.


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