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Update : 21/07/2017 

Week 16 / 2017 

In France, the trade in graded eggs held well until Easter but the industry of the industry began to decline well before. Elsewhere in Europe, these two markets showed a downward trend before Easter, except in Spain for the industry which maintained a firm market.

The trend after Easter in France shows fluid exchanges, which one is not necessarily accustomed to see at this time. It seems above all that the industry is buying.

In Europe, there is a relatively abundant production of graded eggs all over the world with prices falling and lower than French prices and here again, there are processors who have supply needs. Thus, production makes the choice of making tariff concessions to supply the industry. 

Update : 04/07/2017 

Week 13-14 / 2017    

Last week's report is confirmed: the summit has been reached and prices are now falling. Industrials, whether in France or elsewhere in Europe, are currently emptying their stocks and no longer have any needs. Moreover, they know they will have lower prices in less than 2 weeks.

Production is also available in graded eggs. Besides, small eggs are present in the four corners of Europe. It remains to be hoped that the sales of the packing centers will last until Easter. 

Update : 27/03/2017 

Week 11-12 / 2017   

The trade has been balanced the past 2 weeks with a slightly lower supply than the demand for the egg of consumption. On the industrial side, demand was of advantage and prices continued to rise.

It is conceivable that the prices reached their summit because one observes a stability of the French quotation. In addition, the production proposes eggs, notably the M size. Numerous implementations have been made and the situation is already uncertain for the post-Easter period.

European level, identical situation with a return of offers of graded eggs. But, very little possibility of sales on third countries because countries like Ukraine offers lower prices. 

Update : 14/03/2017 

Week 10 / 2017  

There is still a very fluid trade in France with good demand and lower production, certainly due to the reforms of batches of salmonella positive hens at the end of 2016.

Processors as packing centers are buyers, quotations are increasing.

In Spain, same situation with a very firm market for ten days.

In the eastern countries, change of situation with more production and prices that are now stabilizing. 

Update : 07/03/2017 

Week 09 / 2017 

The French market remained relatively active last week. The packing centers as well as the processors are for purchases. Prices are rising and remain higher than prices elsewhere in Europe. Note the very small price difference between the grade M and the grade L.

On the other hand, we note a week ago a large number of offers of small eggs from the countries of the East and prices have begun to decline recently ..

Update : 27/02/2017 

Week 08 / 2017

Trade has been better for the last three weeks.. The situation is the same in all Europe.  East countries have the same prices as ours, only Spain has lower prices but also tend to go up.

Processors are buying and sales of egg products are better. Prices are rising up for white, yellow or whole.

On the other hand, export to third countries remains difficult because Europe is competiting with the US and Ukraine.

Updated 23/01

Week 03 / 2017     

The trade remains complicated for this 3rd week. The market continues to increase and prices are falling. Indeed, the demand is bad whether it is in eggs consumption or eggs for the industry. The packing centers release eggs to the industry and the processors themselves have loaded stocks, with resale in egg products difficult.

Even alternative eggs like the free range eggs have more difficulty flowing. The situation is the same in most European countries and although some hope to have a positive effect of avian flu in Korea, for the moment no sign is going in that direction.

In this context, the market is likely to continue to deteriorate.

Updated 13/01

Week 01-02 / 2017    

We have just spent 2 weeks worthy of a month of January, with a difficult trade, slowed down, with few transactions and consequently, a production that increases with the passing of days.

Although some operators thought otherwise in mid-December due to the fluidity of the market at that time, we did not escape this sluggish trade early in the year. Moreover at our level, at the same time we already foreshadowed this trend.

Still no very positive signs as consumption is low and industry level, the needs of processors are turning to the alternative. The many recent media articles also go in the direction of alternative eggs. These eggs are themselves offered more.

In this context, it is always difficult to export French eggs because despite the declines, the difference persists with the other European quotations, the gap is smaller but still present. Moreover, France is penalized by its status as avian influenza for export third country. 

Updated 30/12

Week 52 - 2016   

The week was quiet to see very calm compared to what production has seen the previous weeks. We are now talking about stocks that are being built up and already graded eggs that have not been sold to the industry. One can very quickly pass from one extreme to the other in this market of the egg. In industry, the prices actually charged are well below what can be seen written on the quotation, namely that these prices are already current since early December in certain countries in Europe such as Germany, Belgium, Spain. ...

The price of graded eggs has decreased this week but still a significant gap remains compared to what is practiced on the European market.

In such a context, countries such as Spain have already taken the lead in exporting to third countries, although competition is already severe with other continents.

There are also a few more offers in alternative eggs.

Updated 23/12

Week 51 - 2016  

In industry this week some purchases were made at prices lower than the French quotation. Although it remained stable without an increase this week, prices are still significantly higher than elsewhere in Europe.

The market will be calm for the last week of the year with few transactions. The holidays ending immediately after the New Year's Eve, we can expect a return of the activity without too much increase in production. 

Updated 16/12

Week 50 - 2016  

Our perceptions are now confirmed in France with a return to calm and fewer transactions carried out although production is still scanty. The next few weeks will see some last-minute orders. The quotation is always the highest in France with differences of sometimes 2 € per 100 eggs with other quotations in Europe.

Industry level, it is now turned towards 2017 and the few exchanges carried out has been downwards.

The different cases of avian influenza also have a detrimental effect on the egg trade, especially for third countries because import bans have been put in place in third countries. 

Updated 02/12

Week 48 - 2016  

This weekend, it seems to us that we have now reached the peak of this firmness present for several weeks on a global market aspect in Europe.

Indeed, industry level, for about 2 weeks, processors moderate their purchases and can afford it because they have stock. Thus, only a few processors with real needs or specific demands pay the high price of the market. The market in the industry is calm and it is very unlikely that there will be a change of situation at this time of year.

As for eggs for consumption, health problems in France, Poland and Germany have created a shortage of eggs on the European market and prices have soared but at current prices, customers become very reluctant and show less presence Purchases these days. 

France always has the highest quotation and it is therefore very difficult to export merchandise from France.  


Updated 08/11

Week 44/45 - 2016 

We take our perceptions with a particularly active market for several weeks. And the month of November will certainly follow this trend because the market is still closed at this time. It's always in France that prices are higher but the difference tends to be reduced when you consider the prices in Spain or Poland. This week face a small egg in activity, processors are few purchases but the merchandise is also offered little. The firmness is more about egg consumption.

Updated 23/09

Week 38 - 2016 

The French market remains rather elusive. On one side graded eggs are present in the market and may not find buyers. Meanwhile, the supply of ungraded eggs is very limited .... Processors are purchasing but the same level of price as last week.

Elsewhere in Europe, some intra-European trade as each country seems self-sufficient. Poland and Spain, the eggs are graded lower than prices in France and Germany and the German rating remained stable this week. 


Updated 14/09

Week 36/37 - 2016 

Since late last week, now it feels a slowing market and offers graded eggs are present again. There is a lot of small eggs that are difficult takers. Thus, prices are stagnating. Offers for the industry are still very present but should be in the coming days.


In other European countries, prices stagnated too. The activity is not really dynamic for September. 



Updated 05/09


Week 35-/36 - 2016 


Prices up and firmness are recorded on the French market in graded eggs or industry. A very good activity of packing centers has meant that very few eggs were available on the market last week.

Elsewhere in Europe, prices also rose slightly but trade is not necessarily very dynamic. The English are completely absent from the Brexit.

As concerned alternative egg production appears to have increased in several countries and it shows in Europe. Indeed, organic eggs, free range or barn are now available more easily.


Updated 26/08

Week 34 - 2016  

In France, the market was particularly strong throughout the week and prices continue to rise. Production is very little goods available in graded eggs, eggs for grading or eggs for industry.

The industry seems however not necessarily to purchases this week in France. Moreover, in other countries, manufacturers are buying but at similar prices in recent weeks and are not willing to increase their rates.

There is also evidence of tariff increase in Germany and Spain in terms of production. In Poland, the prices have already risen in the last few weeks and are now stable.


Updated 22/08

Week 33-34 - 2016 

The market remained full of eggs after 15/08, then, as the days, we have felt the trade back to France for table eggs. The demand is present and the market is firming.

Side industry, demand is still very quiet and industry are not willing to pay higher prices.

Elsewhere in Europe, production is relatively abundant and trade is quiet. The English are not purchasing and say they have completed inventories. 

Updated 12/08

Week 32 - 2016 

We are in a changing market situation logically in mid-August.

But this situation is not yet clear. If we consider the graded eggs, the sales are better. This determination is made in France and abroad with quotes up.

In terms of the egg for industry, industrial activity is still slow and inventories are full, so the penalty rate to recover. However, the floor price has been reached.

The market for alternative egg seems less dynamic than has been since mid-July. 

Updated 28/07

Week 30 - 2016 

We are still in a situation of too much eggs code 3 in the french market, french industrial no need eggs and others european industrials are buying at lower prices every day.

The French unprinted eggs are still penalized compared to printed eggs preferred by all foreign customers. Some processors also will now accept that printed eggs and do not want to hear about derogation.

The production is abundant throughout Europe and this situation is expected to persist for ten days.

Updated 21/07

Week 29 - 2016 

Quiet trade is now stepping on the French market with the summer holidays. Except in tourist areas, easily found the graded cage production or not, and prices are falling.

Industry side, until last week France was the country paid the highest price to provide eggs but French manufacturers are now almost no longer purchases or when the same prices that European companies, or even to lower prices. In this context, we export the French eggs. 

Updated 13/07

Week 27/28 - 2016

The market remains quiet for industry. Stocks look still full.

For graded eggs, the bank holiday complicated deliveries but globally, demand is good. However, we note that the there are a lot of Small eggs in Eastern Europe.

The free range market is firm. It is very complicated to find graded and ungraded eggs. 


Updated: 29/06/2016

Week 25/26 - 2016

In our perception, the past week (as the previous) an eggs market very quiet in exchange eggs with always greater than demand, except free range eggs. Surprisingly, the French quotation continued its increasing unlike foreign quotations that are stagnating or falling. In this context, the export from France is very complicated because wholesalers, packaging and industrial centers can provide significantly lower cost.

Furthermore, export to Morocco will have no repercussions on the market apart from speculation as the imported quantities were lower than expected and the bulk was made by the Spanish, the equivalent of 7 containers . 

Updated: 15/06/2016

Week 23/24 - 2016

The market still looks dynamic in France if we look at the quotations that continue to rise.

In this context, no export transaction from France is possible because the prices are lower elsewhere.

Industrials outside the France buy on the same price basis as last week to see lower prices for those who have already completed their stocks.

At our level, we find that the offer caged egg is present in some excess view. Indeed, some deals have trouble finding takers and those eggs are thus available for industry.

code 1, while the market is really dynamic and output shortage to meet the needs.

In terms of third countries, whereas a year ago Europe was beginning its egg sales in the US, they are back on the global market with offers unbeatable. 


Updated: 09/06/2016

Week 22/23 - 2016

France seems to make an exception in the European market due to its particularly dynamic market with an offer that barely cover the needs, whether for packing centers or industries.

Moreover, a very quiet market with a relatively abundant supply and limited demand. Industrial neighbors have enough stock and prefer to avoid being in the spot market against a quality considered poor egg, with many claims due to eggs stored too long and in poor conditions at this time of year with the heat. Prices are stable see declining.

In this situation, the French eggs are difficult to export our European neighbors.

Update : 02/06/2016

Week 21/22 - 2016

 In France, slaughtering have helped to make a more balanced market now with a lower offer. A small increase of prices is noticed, even if buyers are not really back to business yet. Indeed, they seem they have enough eggs contracted and buy few quantity of extra eggs on the spot market, whether in France, Germany, Belgium, Netherlands ....

In Spain, the market is firmer thanks to the sale of eggs in Morocco for Ramadan, and only this country could sell in Morocco apparently.

In the rest of Europe, quotations are stable or going up depending on the countries but in general, offers are more higher than demands. Concerning third countries, with the competition from Brazil, Ukraine, it is difficult to be placed, except from Poland where prices of graded eggs remain very low. 

Update: 25/05/2016

Week 20-2016 :  

We confirm that the floor prices were achieved and there is even rates rise. In France, we have moved from a situation of a too full of eggs to a near shortage in just one week!

We see our level indeed a small recovery in demand for egg industry without talking firmness because many buyers do not want to pay to benefit as prices known past weeks, stocks always filled throughout Europe.

Consumption side, a quiet market with an offer that largely meets the needs. 

Update: 17/05/2016

Week 18-19-2016 :  

2 weeks have not been good for production with low prices that we had not seen for several years. The situation is still very complicated for caged eggs with a high production, a low consumption and media who continue their lobbying strongly to the disadvantage of this mode of production.

So, one solution is slightly early slaughter but also fridge or selling cheap ...

In mid May, school holidays are over,  as bank holidays, we the hope of a more fluid trade surfaced with the wish that the floor prices were achieved. 

Update: 02/05/2016

Week 17-2016 : 

No improvement seen last week and even a situation that continues to deteriorate. Inventories grow everywhere and some lack space to store where fridge/cold stores openings.

This week, we found almost a holiday in every European country throughout the week which has a particularly damaging as trade and exchange.

On the export with third countries, competition from the United States is back.

Update: 22/04/2016

Week 16-2016 :

Still a critical situation for the caged egg industry. Buyers have well-filled stocks and therefore buy few quantities. The price level of industry is pretty much the same in all European countries now so only few deals are done, buyers have indeed plenty to provide with the production of their own country.

Even if quotation of eggs graded declines in France, it is still above the prices on the European market.

Free range prices are also going down due to a lower consumption.  

Update: 04/15/2016

Week 15-2016:

We are still on a downward trend with a lot of price pressure facing a sluggish market. France is an exception compared to the rest of Europe. Indeed, the German quotations continue to fall for every € 0.45 / 100 when prices in Poland are reaching levels not seen since 2011.

The industry prices also decreased and approached prices in 2013. Demand is bad, even at low prices industrials are not buying.

The dynamic sale of alternative eggs, mainly code 1, decreased the last ten days and we find more offers on the market, either for industry or consumption. 

Update : 08/04/2016

Week 14 - 2016 :

More and more eggs available throughout Europe. The situation is worrying whether graded eggs or eggs for the industry. German quotation continues to drop: S = 4.15; M = 5.30; L = 5.85

Demand for ungraded free range is good but it slows down a bit for industry. 

Update : 05/04/2016

Week 13/14 - 2016

The farms are full and the prices continue to fall. European quotation are far below ours (Germany: S = 4.35; M = 5.75; L = 6.30) In reality, sellers are willing to lower their prices even more to sell their goods ...

The course of the pound still slows business with the UK.  

Update : 21/03/2016

Week 11 / 12-2016

While the French quotation graded eggs still rising in France on 18/03, the quotations in Europe are mostly downward, with a significantly lower level for certain: S: 4.60 / 100 (weser ems) when it coast € 6.55 / 100 in France.

Regarding eggs code 3 for the industry, the market is extremely quiet because manufacturers are largely covered by their existing contracts so no purchases to be made on the spot market and according to some, at least until this summer.

In terms of third countries, it is very difficult to "export to Europe to compete with low prices.

The European market is likely to be clogged for after Easter. 

Week 10 / 11-2016

No request of caged eggs from processors, either in France or abroad. Slightly better for codes 1 & 2.

For some people, the market seems dynamic, but from our side, it is very quiet. The offer is wide throughout Europe, stocks are still full. Easter is in less than two weeks...  

Update : 07/03/2016

Week 09

Less than three weeks of Easter now, trade is relatively disappointing overall. Industrial buying little or just what they need for adequate inventory caged eggs and they are expecting a market slowdown following Easter. Free range and barn eggs are still asked, which remains the big trend for a while. Prices cage industry are down ... except in France although the availability is very present.

Consumption of eggs, the French market is balanced without additional from the packing centers needs, except for organic and free range demand. The ratings are stable in Europe but we note that some countries such as Poland are full of graded eggs.

About export in third countries, Europe is competing with Ukraine or Brazil. 

Update : 25/02/2016

Week 08

On the industry side, trade is still quiet. However, the prices are growing up a bit, probably due to the slaughters. Demand of codes 2 & 3 is better.

Concerning eggs for consumption, the market is more dynamic, especially in S. We can however see a slow down of orders from GB, due to the fall of the GBP. 

Update: 17/02/2016

Week 05/06 - 2016 

Since last week, the market is a little better for caged eggs. On the benefit of exchanges were made, sales are more fluid thanks to a significant recovery in consumption. Thus, the rates increase slowly or remain stable.

Industry across Europe doing some shopping in code 3 eggs but are still more interested in the eggs free range and barn. 

The price level industry are homogeneous in Europe, but eggs for consumption are higher in France, although the rating is less than 2015. The United Kingdom is back as the purchases but is tempted to order in Spain or Poland due to the lower prices. 

Update: 02/02/2016

Week 04/05 - 2016

Even if the market looks better than the past few weeks, the demand for cage industry is still weak in Europe.

Abroad, the S size is easier to find than in previous weeks. M and L are widely available but the Spanish and Polish prices remain much lower than ours.

Update : 26/01/2016 

Week 03/04 - 2016 

The cage egg market still is not to the advantage of production, or so little exchange at ever lower prices either for industry or consumer. Some packaging centers, however, noticed a better consumer level last week, certainly due to the end of the month and Candlemas.

For export, the French graded eggs are not at all competitive, because we are seeing price <€ 1.35 / 100 M for the European market. However, as noted in previous weeks, the French egg industry is exported outside France.

The market for alternative eggs stands,barn and free range eggs are sought by industry, but some are more demanding since these eggs must be approved KAT. Consumption of these alternative eggs is a bit as challenging as the past month. 

Update : 14/01/2016 

Week 01/02 - 2016

Trade remains very difficult early this year, there is a bit of egg stocks everywhere, including the L-class in France and eggs end of lay, following the delay of slaugthering of hens. There is also a slight increase of available production for free range eggs.

Faced with this offer, there is insufficient demand with low power consumption. Packing centers already have enough production, as industrial buying low and cheap.

This finding is the same throughout Europe, except that the French prices of eggs graded, although decreasing, remain above the prices recorded in other countries. Instead, the industry rates seem lower in France and Spain. Level third countries, eggs of our continent are not sufficiently competitive with eggs from Brazil, Turkey or India. 

Update : 30/12/2015 

Week 52/53 - 2015

This last week of the year is bad, as most of the last few weeks of each year! But what seems more worrying is that this trend will certainly continue at least throughout the entire month of January, if not benefit in terms of cage and barn eggs. Organic and free range productions have a brighter future. Prices may fluctuate slightly but to a lesser extent compared to other productions.

The French quotation for egg consumption is slightly above the German but above quotation about 1.50 € / 100 eggs compared to prices in markets like Spain and Poland.

The industrial market is virtually stopped for this week. Purchases quietly resume next week but buyers already know and already they have in front of them more than abundant production cage and there is already talk of prices below € 0.70 / kg. 


Update : 22/12/2015

Week 51/52 - 2015

On the consumption side, trade is correct for cage eggs thanks to last minute orders. 

The difficulty comes especially from transport. It is very complicated to find available trucks at that time of year.

For industry, activity is slowed. There are few/no buyers. The deals which are done are at prices under the French quotation.


Ovotrade wishes you a Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year ! 

Update : 14/12/2015

Week 50/51 - 2015  

We can now consider that the industry market is closed for the year 2015, some even think that this is so until February 2016. We note, however, still some last minute orders free range eggs. The price of barn and cage are steadily declining.

It seems that there are different opinions in terms of consumption, some see an increase in orders and others stagnate see declines. At our level, there are none with respect to the cage eggs, but still a high demand for eggs code 0 and 1. As to the production, we judge fairly abundant throughout Europe, and especially for the period.


Update : 08/12/2015

Week 49/50 - 2015 

No change on the egg market that we are already the second week of December.

The few cases of bird flu in France (one also in Germany) does not help the current situation. Some third countries forbid the import of poultry products from France. The question is whether the US will thus stop the French egg containers (if they had still ongoing?).

Some slaughterhouses are complete and delaying slaughter provided on December and January which causes a nesting end surplus eggs for the industry to market. Now, manufacturers are sufficiently covered by their contracts in progress. They do not wish to anticipate purchases of January because they know already that production will be abundant with prices down.

A balance is noted for consumer egg code 3.

At the European export to third countries, Europe is currently challenged by Ukraine, Turkey and Brazil. 

Update : 30/11/2015

Week 48/49 - 2015 

The situation of the egg market is particularly disappointing for the period. At our level, we have much more outstanding offers that requests for eggs code 3, especially as industrial are not buying it certainly until the end of the year.
This finding is the same in most countries in Europe.
Only the free range egg remains in high demand, the barns has great difficulty to flow.
The reform of the hens market is very bad, the price is between 0 and 5 cents per kilo in all europeans countries. Some countries like Belgium have had their cotation of decline in trading week this summer to reach this level. In fact, the resale of finished products is complicated since last summer and around the stocks were built up. 

 Update : 23/11/2015

Week 47/48 - 2015 

Industrials are not really buyers of cage and barn. It seems that they even slow down their purchases of Free Range.

For graded eggs, following the events in Paris, the trade remains disrupted. We can think that the situation should unfortunately be the same in Belgium.

Therefore, there many graded eggs throughout Europe. Hoping that the start of the month and Christmas and new Year holidays.

Update : 17/11/2015

Week 46/47 - 2015  

In general, throughout Europe, there is a lot of eggs industry code 3 and 2 for sale but very few sales because although the prices are correct, the industrial stocks are still very busy. Indeed, the sale of egg products remains difficult, especially for albumin, but also the whole.

Regarding consumption, the market is correct and balanced. However, very few graded eggs exit from the EU for the large export because we are in competition with eggs from Brazil or India or just local production in third countries.

It is also important to note that slaughterhouses that export old hens on Africa in particular, this summer have difficulty in selling stocks due to border closures, resulting in highly loaded fridges. This may have an impact on the egg market. 


Update : 10/11/2015

Week 45/46 - 2015 

Prices slowly continue their increase in France for consumption or for industry. The market seems to be in equilibrium, without mention firmness for this time of year. Processors are buying in small quantities code 3 and 2 but still remains very takers code 1. The same applies to packaging centers that find the goods code 3 and 2 but more difficult to source eggs outdoors.

Our neighbors, we hear that the Spanish market with a particularly abundant production now so they export at low prices, including UK. In eastern countries, consumption is good now and prices are rising. Germany / Netherlands, as France, are buying eggs for processing but sparingly, except the free range. 

Update : 03/11/2015

Week 44/45 - 2015 

Since last Thursday, we find that the French quotation is rising since early September while she was stagnant / declining. This trend seems logical at this time of the year. However, at European level, the situation is different and the offer is still greater than demand. Very few manufacturers are purchasing and sales consumption eggs are at lower prices of about € 1 to those in France. Thus, it is desirable that the current trend enjoyed by France is spreading to other European countries ...


Update : 28/10/2015

Week 43/44 - 2015

Still very quiet for code 3. Many L size available, M is more requested than the previous weeks. In industry, still no sign of recovery.

The Free range and Organic market is still dynamic! 


Update : 19/10/2015

Week 42/43 - 2015  

French production seems to rise against a consumption sufficient enough to absorb it. Industry side, inventories are slow to drain. Thus, the current market situation is not very encouraging.

In other European countries, the same trend is observed and the prices are lower than French prices. The Spanish, who had the same price level last month in France, have quickly reached much lower price.

The period of egg purchases by the US seems remote ... Although some Baltic countries like Lithuania and Latvia continue to do some containers.

There is also a slight decrease in demand on the free range eggs with the end of many current promotions practiced in September.


Update : 14/10/2015

Week 41/42 - 2015  

The situation remains the same, low demand for consumption and processors are still not buyer of standard eggs. However, in recent days, it seems that the countries of Eastern Europe have fewer eggs.

Free Range and Organic are still hard to find.






















Update: 07/10/2015

Week 40/41 - 2015 

No real change since last week, trading is very quiet overall. Export is difficult because the French prices do not pass or it must make concessions because buyers already have offers. The breakers are buying in small quantities egg cage and are much more interested in free range or organic eggs. 


Update: 29/09/2015

Week 40 - 2015 

The market continues to be full of eggs and markets, even export, are low. Every European country is self-sufficient or surplus resulting in sharply lower prices. The size M is widely available in France, L a little less.

Still no return to industrial purchases except for some buyers who have specific needs.

Status quo for the dynamism of alternative egg. 

Update: 22/09/2015

Week 39- 2015 

It is noted this week that the trend persisted into the European market, offers exceeds demand, is now present in France. So many clearances are to be made but the difficulty lies in the fact that the export competition with much lower prices is present at graded eggs. Furthermore, the industrial position is the same for many weeks with stocks always provided code 3.

The current market situation shows no positive signs for the last quarter 2015 and sales of eggs in the US no longer seem relevant.

On the contrary, the code 0 and 1 market is still strong. 

Update: 14/09/2015

Week 37/38 - 2015

Although prices have increased throughout the week, we believe the relatively quiet business with benefits that requests for proposals regarding the production code 3. There is some sales to packaging centers and export for consumption but trade almost nonexistent for the industry.

In contrast, the market for alternative egg, ie the code 0 and code 1 is particularly active whether for packaging or industry.

At European level, we note eggs are easily offered and prices are lower than the prices currently available in France. 

Update: 07/09/2015

Week 36 - 2015

Business was pretty quiet for a week back to school. In terms of production, it appears that M-class is always offered and size L is a bit more rare. Industry level, very few transaction is currently performing because manufacturers have for most stocks, and what at European level.



Update: 31/08/2015

Week 35/36 - 2015

The demand is very good for free range, whether in egg consumption or for industry. Organic is also wanted.

For code 3, sales to the UK are good but the market remains relatively calm in the rest of Europe. Breakers have still not returned to purchases, either in France or abroad. 

Update : 25/08

Week 34/35 - 2015 

In table eggs, there is a return of orders, including export regarding us, but it is primarily the L size is less available and sought advantage.

Egg industry, always very quiet market because manufacturers have well-filled stocks currently.

In Europe, price level, it appears that prices in Spain are significantly higher than prices elsewhere, certainly due to the large number of containers which starts every week for the US.

Update : 11/08

Week 32/33 - 2015 

There is a relatively stable market for egg now, not back in demand at the moment but it should not be long in coming days. Thus, production flows normally with a little more class availability eggs M size.

The industry is recovering slowly procurement across Europe.

It seems that after Latvia, Poland can now export containers in the USA. 

Update : 11/08

Week 32/33 - 2015  

Quiet weeks in France and Europe. The breakers are not purchasing, offer much higher than demand. Only free range is asked.

Concerning eggs for consumption, the market is still full of S and M. 


Updated : 22/07/2015

Week 29/30 - 2015 

Trade on the egg market remains very quiet in all countries in Europe as usually at this time. We find that the offer is super



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