Noble Foods egg sales up 10% at Christmas

Company attributes boost to dedicated supply chain
calendar icon 16 January 2024
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The UK’s leading egg producer, family-owned Noble Foods, is shining a light on a 10% increase in retail sales volume for eggs over Christmas 2023, owing the success to the British producer base and collaboration of the whole supply chain, according to a company-issued press release.

“As evidenced by new market data, it’s promising to see the egg category beginning to gain volume recovery following a sustained period of supply challenges," said Ryan Thompson, PR and comms manager at Noble Foods. "Retail sales volume for eggs at Christmas were +10.3% [+52.3k individual eggs] in the four weeks to 24th Dec. That’s testament to the hard work and commitment of the producer base, and with positive collaboration with retailers and across the whole supply."

The increase is a positive milestone for the egg category, which has faced significant challenges over the past 18 months due to soaring inflation, increased energy bills and the threat of avian influenza.

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