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Eggs for breakfast, lunch and dinner

In 2014 people in the US gobbled down 260 eggs each, an increase of more than 11% from 2014. Eggs are no longer just for breakfast – they accompany hamburgers and top off pizzas. And as ‘brinner’ – eating breakfast items for dinner – grows in popularity, is the appeal of eggs only set to rise, too?

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