Panera moving to only cage-free eggs

Panera moving to only cage-free eggs

JOINING a growing number of foodservice companies, Panera Bread announced that it has set a deadline for sourcing only cage-free eggs, including for its baked goods.

Panera said it intends to move to 100% cage-free eggs for its U.S. Panera Bread and St. Louis Bread Co. bakery/cafe food menus by 2020. This will include shell eggs, hardboiled eggs and liquid egg whites, in addition to those used in sweet goods, soufflés and dressings — a total of mor

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