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Cage-free to become the standard for Rembrandt Foods

Nation's 3rd largest egg producer say cage-free will become company's standard.

Rembrandt Foods, the nation’s 3rd largest egg producer, announced Oct. 13 that as it continues to grow and expand, cage-free egg production will become the company’s standard.

“Over the last five years, Rembrandt has invested almost exclusively in cage-free egg production houses” said Dave Rettig, Rembrandt Foods president, ”with the unprecedented number of top food companies announcing timelines to switch exclusively to cage-free eggs, we are uniquely positioned for the future in cage-free eggs and egg products”.

The company said it believes in best practices and is leading the way in cage-free supply as demand from many of the world’s largest egg buyers are now seeking cage-free solutions.

The shift will continue to expand Rembrandt’s already established product line of cage-free and organic eggs that are certified by leading organizations.

Rembrandt said it is excited for the opportunity to partner with restaurant chains, food manufactures, grocery stores, and foodservice providers to help them achieve their desired cage-free egg commitments.

“We welcome the growing movement of major food companies switching exclusively to cage-free eggs”, says Mr. Spurway, Rembrandt Foods vice president of marketing. “With a reasonable timeline, we can meet any demand, and we’re eager to move our clients into the cage-free future.”

Mr. Rettig continued, “The cage-free future is the new model for producing premier quality products in the egg industry. We’re excited to work with our customers as we continue on this journey together.”

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