CHARLOTTE, N.C. — At Harris Teeter's annual meeting here, a representative from the Humane Society of the United States is scheduled to speak, praising the retailer "for its forward-thinking animal welfare policies, which are more comprehensive than those of almost all its competitors, including most of its national rivals," HSUS said in a release. The group cites Harris Teeter's commitment to sell almost four times as many cage-free eggs as the food retailing industry's national average, ...

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