SANTA CLARA, Calif.
— Canary eggs are one of the most popular food items in the world.
They are made from a type of grass and are harvested on Easter and used to make candy, biscuits, cakes and even toothpaste.
But now, some consumers are worried that the birds may be dying out.
“Canary eggs have been very important for millions of people for centuries,” said Mark Nussbaum, the director of sustainability for the American Canary Club, a group that promotes the health and sustainability of the egg industry.
“It’s an iconic symbol of America.”
In California, there are more than 1,400 canary egg producers.
They sell eggs that are frozen at the end of their life.
If the egg does not survive the freezing process, it can be sold at a discount.
The price varies depending on the type of egg.
Canary egg prices are currently at the lowest level in decades.
The average price of an egg in the United States is $1.10 per egg.
The prices vary based on how long the eggs have spent in the refrigerator.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates that the average canary will be sold for just under $1,000 in 2020.
Nussbaum says consumers have been buying them at a much lower price because of the industry’s financial collapse.
The eggs have historically been used in some of the best-selling items in candy, including ice cream and frozen yogurt.
Nissbaum said that the industry is in crisis.
“We’ve got to get it right,” he said.
“They are a very important part of our food supply.”
The U.N. Food and Agriculture Organization estimates that at least 1 billion canary eggs will be needed annually in the U.E. for the food system.
The USDA says that there is no guarantee that the eggs will continue to be produced for this long, and that a failure to produce them at the right price would have a major impact on the food supply.
“This is a serious problem,” Nussbauer said.