Filed under: chickens, food issues, grocery stores, travels | Tags: copenhagen, cost of eggs, denmark, grocery store, irmas, organic
I always like to check out grocery stores while travelling, and now that we have chickens, we have to make a special stop in the egg department. So, in Copenhagen, here’s the deal.
We checked out a few grocery stores. The shelves at this one (a more pricey chain) were kind of bare by the time we got there (around 6 pm). But they have several different kinds of eggs. Not as many varieties as we saw in Australia, but several. Interestingly they sell a lot of six packs! And when you hear the price you will understand why.
23 DKK comes to the big old $4.20 USD. That’s for a half dozen people!!! Yikes. Our friends were shocked that you could get a dozen for under a dollar over here. Alas, you have to expect that they’re probably tainted and/or toxic, but hey, at least they’re super cheap right??! : (
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