IN what has quickly become a foodservice industry-wide movement, three more companies announced last week decisions regarding cage-free eggs, joining several others that recently made similar announcements.
Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. announced that it will source 100% cage-free eggs by 2022, building on an initiative that first introduced cage-free eggs into its supply chain in 2010.
"By moving to 100% cage-free egg
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