News of egg shortage in Penang exaggerated, says supermarket chain

GEORGE TOWN: There are enough eggs available at Sunshine Square in Bayan Baru here.

Despite news about the shortage of eggs, all Sunshine Square outlets in Penang have enough eggs for their customers.

Sunshine Whole Mart Sdn Bhd marketing and communication manager Bryan Wong said there was no shortage of eggs supply at its chains of outlets.

"No shortage of eggs. Selling at all outlets," he said briefly in a WhatsApp message to The Star.

Wong said the price of the eggs that were sold at outlets are RM13.50 for Grade A, RM12.90 for Grade B and RM 11.70 for Grade C per tray of 30 eggs.

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