Disney Eggs: Would you pay a premium for a little Goofy on your shell?

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(HT to Serious Eats.)

Apparently, Japan has been stamping Disney logos onto eggs for years, but it's a relatively new phenomena here in the states. Truth is, this is a simple marketing ploy by an egg manufacturing company, who paid a premium to Disney for the rights to emblazon its packages with Disney stuff. No big deal.

What we need is Disney to get in the game from the ground up, genetically engineering produce in the shapes of Nemo or Scrooge McDuck. They can do it from EPCOT's The Land, which may save that park from being a total waste of time.

Check after the break for video of the eggs, in all their inked glory:

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