CONSUMERS could face a price rise in eggs – they could become more eggspensive – on the back of soaring production costs.
With little government subsidies available for intensive primary production, Days Eggs managing director, Dion Andary, put their current plight to State Primary Industries Minister, Tim Whetstone, when he visited the Lower Light facility on Thursday.
Mr Whetstone joined Narungga MP, Fraser Ellis, on the visit. Days Eggs employs 90 locals over its eight sites around SA.
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