McDonald's USA and Canada commit to cage-free eggs
McDonald's USA and Canada commit to cage-free eggs

McDonald's moves to cage-free eggs in US and Canada

MCDONALD's has promised it will switch to using only cage-free eggs in the United States and Canada by 2025. 

The fast food giant said it would expand its purchase of cage-free eggs from about 13 million today to 100 percent of the more than 2 billion eggs it consumes in North America annually within 10 years.

It has not said if Australian restaurants will move to a similar model. 


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