Egg prices fierce, pancake fruit spread not “eggs”

Since entering July, the price of eggs rose significantly, the reporter learned that less than a month, the wholesale price of eggs in nanjing market rose by about one yuan per catty.

At the Shanghai lu vegetable market, “foreign eggs”, or ordinary farmed eggs, sell for 5.5-5.8 yuan per kilogram, while white grass-fed eggs sell for 9-10 yuan per kilogram. When asked about the rising price of eggs, the vendor said that the price of eggs has been on the rise for more than two months, which is the current price in the market. Wholesalers at nanjing zhongcai agricultural and sidesales wholesale market also confirmed that the wholesale price of eggs rose from less than 4 yuan per catty to about 5 yuan per catty in less than a month.

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Why do you order takeout when you know there are so many “holes”?

“For the same set meal, takeout costs 11 yuan more than a meal on the premises, plus an extra 9 yuan for delivery.” Recently, the phenomenon that some restaurants’ take-out is more expensive than the in-room food has attracted media attention.

As a matter of fact, the two-pack price of take-out food has been around for so long that it is no surprise to consumers who are used to seeing “big and small holes” in the delivery platform. Some netizens joked that the life that has not been “cheated” by takeaway food is an imperfect life. Behind the jokes is a more poignant reality — knowing that there are so many “holes”, you still need to order takeout.

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Two men in Italy have fled a Chinese restaurant after attacking its owner for a “bully meal”

Two men escaped from a Chinese restaurant in the city of Livorno after attacking its owner and eating overbearing food.

At the restaurant, Iltirreno, Italy, the two men ordered cantonese Fried rice and spring rolls, with a bill totaling 30 euros, Iltirreno reported. But when the meal was over, one of them made an excuse to leave the restaurant, and the other went to the front door and wanted to go out too, but did not ask for the bill. The Chinese restaurant owner began to suspect that they wanted to escape the order and asked him to pay first, but the man pushed him to the ground and ran out of the door.

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