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A view inside a cage-free “aviary” chicken house, designed by Big Dutchman.
Courtesy of Big Dutchman, Inc.
From McDonalds to CostCo, Big Food has been declaring a shift to buying only cage-free eggs. Three more companies took the step this month: Denny’s, sandwich chain Quizno’s and Mondelez International, maker of Ritz crackers and Chips Ahoy cookies.
Here at The Salt, we’ve been wondering how egg producers are reacting.
So we called up the …