DUBLIN Ohio Wendy’s International is the latest target of the Humane Society of the United States’ ongoing publicity campaign to urge national chain restaurants to source cage-free eggs. The not-for-profit animal welfare group ran a full-age ad in The Columbus Dispatch on Monday and launched a series of radio ads in Ohio accusing Wendy’s, based here, of a “frosty” refusal to buy cage-free eggs for use in various menu items. AWendy’s spokesman said the 6,600-unit burger chain is “very ...

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