‘Breakfast Club is Cheapest for Swiss, Most Expensive in Africa – by Shelly Hagan, Lee J. Miller and Wei Lu
Whether scrambled, sunny-side up or as part of an omelet, eggs are a global breakfast staple. But not all eggs are equal when it comes to cost and affordability.
A morning meal has become increasingly easy to acquire for residents of tech hubs such as San Francisco and across Switzerland’s finance capitals, while people in Egypt, along with much of Sub-Saharan Africa have to work much longer to pay for their first meal of the day.
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