Burger King Corp. said it plans over the next five years to transition to using only eggs from cage-free hens and pork from suppliers that are phasing out gestation crates for pregnant sows. The move, which is part of a corporate responsibility initiative, could raise the company's supply costs, according to industry experts. “We are proud to announce these new, industry-leading commitments that support meaningful standards of humane treatment in our U.S. supply chain,” ...
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