Japan records brief egg price rise

The price of eggs briefly soared after the March 11 nuclear disaster because of a shortage, according to the National Federation of Agricultural Co-operative Associations (Zen-Noh).

Food processing companies switched to imported eggs which became cheaper due to the strong yen and then drove down the prices of domestic eggs which are now 45 yen (37p) per kg cheaper than this time last year.

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