More retailers have pledged to make a switch to cage-free eggs, including Bashas’, The Fresh Market and Aldi. Bashas’ announced all of its private label eggs would be cage-free by 2017. The Chandler, Ariz.-based retailer said it is working with supplier Hickman’s Family Farms to begin transitioning its eggs starting in November. “We are committed to being a good corporate citizen,” Edward “Trey” Basha, CEO of Bashas’, said in a press release. ...
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