In 2007, Burger King, Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s and Wolfgang Puck helped pave the way for better treatment of farm animals by starting to incorporate cage-free eggs into their products. This led Nation’s Restaurant News to write about growing consumer concerns over food production, noting that many restaurant companies “are embracing purchasing policies with animal welfare in mind.” Four years later that trend has become even more prominent. Now Unilever ...
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