Dunkin’ Donuts, the beverage-snack chain, said it will begin transitioning to cage-free eggs nationwide while requiring its pork suppliers to phase out pig-breeding cages called gestation crates as part of its corporate social responsibility commitment. Dunkin’, which has more than 10,000 locations in the United States and 31 other countries, expects that 5 percent of its eggs used in its breakfast sandwiches will come from cage-free chickens by the end of ...
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