In September, McDonald’s Corp. announced plans to use nothing but cage-free eggs for its breakfast items within a decade. In the weeks since, restaurant chains have followed suit at a rapid clip. To date, 19 restaurant chains have announced plans to shift to cage-free eggs by a certain year, all but three of them in recent weeks, according to the Humane Society of the United States. And the move has broadened into other companies, notably grocery chains like Costco Wholesale Corp. ...

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