Eggs: can't live with 'em, can't live without 'em.
Okay, that's not how the saying goes, but what we're saying here is that eggs are a vital part of the American life.
From being a breakfast staple to a holiday decoration, to a necessary ingredient in so many baked goods, eggs are so prevalent in our daily lives that it's important to know whether or not you're paying a reasonable amount per carton.
We consulted Numbeo for data and compiled a list that shows the cost for a dozen eggs in 10 major U.S. cities.
Surprisingly, New York isn't the most expensive, and between the first and second cheapest cities to buy a carton, the difference in price was nearly an entire dollar.
Here's a look at the average price of eggs in the U.S. over time:
Most of the cities tended to have an average price within $2-3 per dozen, the average cost per dozen between these 10 cities being $2.96.
Click through below to see how the price of a dozen eggs varies between cities, ordered from most to least expensive:
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