Eggs' prices have risen considerably due to the avian flu outbreaks in the United States; however, the so-called "egg inflation" has also affected Latin American countries.
In Mexico, Honduras, Guatemala, and Costa Rica, the price of eggs has risen considerably, and the food is even in short supply in some areas.
The avian flu outbreak, which has affected more than 155 million birds in the United States alone, has made the product more expensive and . . .
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