Denny’s Corp. has committed to cage-free sources for all eggs at its U.S. restaurants by 2026, the company said Thursday. The Spartanburg, S.C.-based family-dining operator said it serves more than 400 million eggs at its 1,700 restaurants each year in its signature Grand Slam, omelets and other menu items. "We believe our guests care about how their food is sourced and so do we,” John Miller, Denny's president and CEO, said in a statement. “The humane ...

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