Spar commits to cage-free eggs by 2025
Spar has become the latest supermarket to commit to using cage-free eggs by 2025 after revising its suppliers.
The international supermarket chain is following in the footsteps of Asda, Aldi, Morrisons, Tesco and Iceland in phasing out the sale of eggs sourced from caged hens.
Debbie Robinson, managing director of Spar UK, said: “We have reviewed our egg suppliers, including all of our regional producers, and in line with the grocery market Spar is committing to switch to cage-free eggs by 2025.”
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