Nestle to use cage-free eggs for all U.S. products by 2020

Nestle to use cage-free eggs for all U.S. products by 2020

NESTLE, the world's largest food company, announced last week that it will transition to using only cage-free eggs in all of its U.S. products within the next five years.

Nestlé uses approximately 20 million lb. of eggs annually to help create some of America's popular food brands, including Haagen-Dazs (which it owns with General Mills), Dreyer's and Edy's ice cream, Nestlé Toll House cookie dough and Buitoni pasta. Eggs are also an important part

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