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Taco Bell to switch to only cage-free eggs by end of 2016

Chain is on schedule to remove artificial ingredients

Taco Bell pledged Monday that only cage-free eggs would be served across it 6,000 domestic units by the end of 2016 — earlier than any other large national quick-service chain that serves breakfast, company executives told Nation's Restaurant News.

The Irvine, Calif.-based brand is also on track to reach its previously announced goal of removing artificial colors and flavors from core menu items by

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