VANCOUVER Wash. The Burgerville quick-service chain said it has now buying the eggs for its breakfast menu from a Washington State producer that does not keep its chickens in cages or use feed that contains animal matter. The birds are also raised without growth hormones or the use of antiobiotics, according to The Holland Co., parent of the 39-unit Northwestern chain.It did not divulge how the cost of the 600,000 eggs it buys annually may have changed as a result of the change in its ...
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