Kellogg, Fridays make cage-free, crate-free pledge

Kellogg, Fridays make cage-free, crate-free pledge

KELLOGG Co. and TGI Fridays both announced that by the end of 2025, they will source only cage-free eggs and gestation crate-free pork.

Kellogg said it will also consider the "Five Freedoms" of animal welfare as part of its process to continuously improve its supply chain in the future.

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