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Are "Cage-Free" Eggs Really From Humane Farms?




Date: Wed, 14 Jan 2015 05:00:49 -0600
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FOOD FOR THOUGHT FOOD + FARMING FROM TOM PHILPOTT

 

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January 14, 2015

 

THE MAIN DISH

Are "Cage-Free" Eggs Really From Humane Farms?

When you shell out a few extra bucks for eggs labeled "cage-free," you might envision chickens skittering around a grassy barnyard, free to go wherever they please.

But are so-called cage-free farms really as idyllic as we're led to believe? To find out the answer, click here. [READ MORE]

 

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