Steger's sells dyed eggs for Easter

April 02, 1993

For the third year in a row, Steger's Farm Fresh Eggs of Hampstead is offering hard-boiled, dyed eggs during the Easter season.

"We thought it was something unique to do," said Evan Fogerty, Steger's marketing manager. "A lot of people like to dye their own eggs, and we think that's great. But for those who haven't had the opportunity, this is a real benefit to them."

Plastic six-packs, complete with artificial grass, sell for 99 cents to $1.09, he said. Locally, the eggs are available at George's IGA, Miller's Market, Westminster Co-op, Weis and Giant.

"We have a plant where we provide hard-cooked, USDA Grade A eggs, usually peeled, for salad bars," Mr. Fogerty said.

"During Easter, we put our head egg-cooker to the task of coloring Easter eggs," he said.

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