U.S. Egg Supply in Crisis!

Bird Flu Egg Shortage A recent outbreak of the bird flu has caused a crisis for the U.S. egg supply. In Iowa, the largest egg producer in the United States, 40% of the egg laying flock has been killed. Strangely enough, it doesn't seem that back yard flocks are being affected. But why is that the case? Plus, dietitians are changing their tune about saturated fat and a recipe for a fun frozen treat in this Real Food Round-Up.


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