McDonald's objects to proposed switch to cage-free eggs

04/15/2010 | Environmental Leader

McDonald's has objected to a proposal from the Humane Society that would require it to purchase 5% cage-free eggs for its U.S. restaurants, saying there is no scientific evidence to support the plan. The fast-food chain and several other groups formed the Coalition for Sustainable Egg Supply to study housing systems used with egg-laying hens. The USDA and AVMA are member advisers of the coalition.

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