I usually have a couple dozen extra eggs each week, and have been putting them on a little table at the side of the road and selling them. It's been cool, so I have not worried about refrigeration. Now that it's getting warmer, I'm wondering what to do. Clearly, a day at room temp makes no difference for fresh eggs. What if they've already been refrigerated? (They will have spent a day or two in the frdge prior to going out for sale.) Also - I'd like my "customers" to get the freshest eggs possible, and being warmer will shorten their shelf life. On the other hand, a cooler just isn't as pretty and appealing as a pretty table! But maybe necessary. What do you guys do? Also- what are you charging? I was asking $4.00 for my free-range, organically-fed eggs but then I saw them for $5.00 at a local shop. Since mine have the added advantage of being multi-colored from my Easter Eggers, I raised my price. Too high?