UK: Retailers forced to reveal which eggs come from battery hens
In a bid to reduce the consumer confusion about the conditions in which eggs are produced, manufacturers and retailers are to be required to clearly label all eggs with one of three tags; "eggs from caged hens," "eggs from barn hens" or "eggs from free-range hens." Failure to display any of the stamps, or the incorrect stamp, will result in prosecution.
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