A lot of large-scale grocery stores do sell brown eggs, but to answer your question directly, most grocers stock only what there is a demand for, so perhaps at your grocery, there is not such a demand for the eggs.
If you are interested in having your grocer begin to carry brown eggs, you can always ask, as it never hurts to do so.
Here is a link to the differences between brown and white eggs, and really, there aren’t many!
All the grocery stores in British Columbia carry free range (NOT free-run, something VERY different) brown eggs.
But it does make a difference. Brown eggs or white, the nutrients inside depend on the feed and happiness of the hens.
In the US you can buy brown eggs at Trader Joes and Whole Foods.
There isn’t a difference between brown and white eggs, besides color. Brown eggs are brown because they come from a different breed of chicken than white eggs.
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