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Cage-Free Eggs: The Global Movement

The world is moving away from confinement of egg-laying hens in cages, toward more humane cage-free egg production systems

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Who has made the commitment?

Food industry leaders around the globe, including retail, hotel, restaurant, and food service companies, are switching to 100% cage-free eggs, ensuring a more humane supply chain

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Why a Cage-free World?

Worldwide, the majority of egg-laying hens are confined in wire battery cages for their whole lives, so small they can barely move or stretch their wings


Alsea is convinced of the importance of encouraging animal protection and well-being. For this reason, Alsea will foster with its egg suppliers a supply of cage-free eggs, with the objective that 2025, or sooner if possible, all the eggs used in its establishments will come for cage-free chickens.

Eggs are an important ingredient in many of our products, and we strive to ensure that the hens laying these eggs are treated humanely. We are working toward purchasing only 100 percent cage free or free range eggs for our operation globally by 2025.

Our research shows that consumers prefer products made with cage-free eggs. We take animal welfare seriously as a social and ethical concern.

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