WASHINGTON -- The Humane Society of the United States has launched an aggressive attack on Trader Joe's to pressure the retailer into banning conventionally produced eggs, following the example set by the Wild Oats, Whole Foods and Earth Fare natural food chains. In a full-page Los Angeles Times ad, the group posted a photo of hens housed in conventional battery cages that read, "Trader Joe's sells eggs from caged hens, each confined in a space as small as this box -- a meager 67 square ...

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