Wendy’s and McDonald’s, two of the largest quick-service chains, said they would either purchase or explore sourcing cage-free eggs, as animal welfare, the environment and food quality and safety become more forceful trends in foodservice. The Humane Society of the United States praised Wendy’s decision to purchase some of its eggs from cage-free sources, and separately, McDonald’s said it would participate in a major study of housing alternatives for egg-laying hens. The Humane ...

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