McDonald’s to start using cage-free eggs

McDonald’s to start using cage-free eggs

Chain plans to make transition over the next 10 years

McDonald’s Corp. said Wednesday morning that it plans to start using cage-free eggs at its 16,000 restaurants in the U.S. and Canada over the next 10 years, citing consumers’ changing opinions about animal welfare.
 
The shift will be monumental for the Oak Brook, Ill.-based burger giant, which purchases well over 2 billion eggs in the U.S. and Canada every year for its breakfast items, and will start offering breakfast all day nationwide next month.
 
“Our customers a

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