The flurry of commitments on cage-free eggs
Mars has extended its commitment to use cage-free eggs in its products to the US, Canada and Australia.
In recent months, a series of major companies in the US have announced they will switch to cage-free eggs - but how interested are consumers? Ben Cooper reports.
ConAgra Foods aims to source 100% of US eggs from cage-free producers by 2025.
Nestle has become the latest company to commit to using cage-free eggs in its products in the US.
Kellogg has committed to only source cage-free eggs and stop using gestation stalls in the US by the end of 2025.
Rembrandt Foods, the US egg producer, is taking steps make cage-free products its "standard". The move is in line with an increasing number of manufacturers and foodservice operators looking to…