MINNEAPOLIS, Minn. — General Mills is joining the ranks of Kraft, Unilever, Sara Lee and Otis Spunkmeyer, with its pledge to source cage-free eggs in the U.S. After moving all of the eggs in its Haagen-Dazs product line in Europe to cage-free, the company has vowed to source one million eggs from hens that aren't caged. “Because of General Mills, many animals are going to have a much better life,” Josh Balk, spokesman for The Humane Society of the United States told SN. The ...
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