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More Retail Grocery Chains Transitioning To Cage-Free Eggs

March 23, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Several retail food chains announced they are switching to cage-free eggs. The latest group includes Bashas’, The Fresh Market, and Aldi. Bashas’ will be completely cage-free by 2017 because it is “the right thing to do,” says CEO Edward Basha. The Fresh Market’s store brand of eggs are already cage-free, but it will switch to cage-free for all of its eggs within four years. Aldi says it will offer a cage-free egg choice by the end of the year, but has set 2025 as the target date for 100 percent cage-free eggs in stores.
"Bashas', Fresh Market, Aldi commit to cage-free eggs", Supermarket News, March 23, 2016, © Penton
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