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  • Cadbury maker Mondelez to switch to cage-free eggs by 2020 in U.S.

    Cadbury maker Mondelez to switch to cage-free eggs by 2020 in U.S.
    n">Mondelez International Inc (MDLZ.O), the maker of Cadbury chocolates and Oreo cookies, said it would stop using eggs laid by caged hens for its products sold in the United States and Canada by 2020. Mondelez joins a slew of companies shifting t
    2016-01-15 EGGSMONDELEZINTL
  • Nestle to switch to cage-free eggs in U.S. by 2020

    Nestle to switch to cage-free eggs in U.S. by 2020
    NEW YORK Nestle SA said on Tuesday it will stop using eggs laid by caged hens in its U.S. products by 2020, making it the largest packaged food company to go cage-free amid pressure from consumers and animal-rights groups. The world's largest food ma
    2015-12-22 NESTLEEGGS
  • Taco Bell to switch to cage-free eggs after 2016, ahead of rivals

    Taco Bell to switch to cage-free eggs after 2016, ahead of rivals
    LOS ANGELES Taco Bell said on Monday its more than 6,000 U.S. fast-food restaurants would stop using eggs laid by caged hens by Jan. 1, 2017, years ahead of the deadlines set by its bigger rivals. The announcement came amid mounting pressure on Taco
  • Panera moving to cage-free eggs by 2020

    Panera moving to cage-free eggs by 2020
    n">Bakery-cafe chain Panera Bread Co will stop using eggs laid by caged hens by 2020, following similar moves from McDonald's Corp and other large U.S. restaurant chains. The commitment from Panera, a chain with more than 1,900 restaurants, comes
    2015-11-05 EGGSPaneraBREAD
  • McDonald's cage-free egg pledge pressures farmers, squeezes supply

    McDonald's cage-free egg pledge pressures farmers, squeezes supply
    CHICAGO/WINNIPEG This month's pledge by McDonald's Corp to phase out eggs laid by caged hens in its North American restaurants will increase competition for limited supplies of cage-free eggs. The ban, which follows similar moves by Burger King Corp
    2015-09-22 USAEGGSMCDONALDS
  • Gradual exposure to egg cuts allergy risk

    Gradual exposure to egg cuts allergy risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Gradual exposure to egg white over about two years can reduce and sometimes eliminate a child's allergy to the food, according to a new study. Eleven of 40 children completely lost their hypersensitivity to eggs. Most show
    2012-07-18 EGGSALLERGY
  • Donor eggs may be linked to pregnancy complication

    Donor eggs may be linked to pregnancy complication
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Women who use donated eggs to get pregnant by in vitro fertilization (IVF) might be more at risk for a common but potentially dangerous pregnancy complication than women using traditional IVF, a small study suggests. Women
    2010-11-25 EGGSDONOR
  • USDA knew of problems at farm behind egg recall: report

    USDA knew of problems at farm behind egg recall: report
    BANGALORE U.S. Department of Agriculture experts knew about sanitary problems at one of the two Iowa farms at the center of a massive nationwide egg recall, but did not notify health authorities, the Wall Street Journal reported. Bacteria found in ch
    2010-09-10 RECALLEGGS
  • U.S. egg producers failed to follow own safety plans

    U.S. egg producers failed to follow own safety plans
    CHICAGO Two Iowa egg farms linked to a salmonella outbreak that has sickened thousands failed to follow their own safety plans, allowing rodents and other animals into poultry houses, U.S. Food and Drug Administration inspectors found. The latest det
    2010-08-31 RECALLEGGS
  • FDA ties chicken feed to salmonella in egg recall

    FDA ties chicken feed to salmonella in egg recall
    WASHINGTON Bacteria found in chicken feed used at two Iowa farms has been linked to a salmonella outbreak that prompted the recall of more than a half billion contaminated eggs, U.S. regulators said on Thursday. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration
    2010-08-26 FDARECALLEGGS
  • More U.S. cases expected in illness linked to eggs

    More U.S. cases expected in illness linked to eggs
    WASHINGTON More cases of food-borne illness are likely in a U.S. salmonella outbreak that sickened hundreds of people in three states and prompted a nationwide recall of suspect eggs, a federal official said on Thursday. State officials in California
    2010-08-20 EGGSILLNESS
  • Eating eggs doesn't seem to up diabetes risk

    Eating eggs doesn't seem to up diabetes risk
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - An egg a day for breakfast probably won't increase your likelihood of developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. In the study, researchers failed to see a significant association between eating eggs occasionally
    2010-06-16 DIABETESEGGS
  • FDA cracks down on eggs to reduce illness

    FDA cracks down on eggs to reduce illness
    WASHINGTON U.S. egg producers will have to adopt tougher food safety measures during production, storage and transportation to help prevent the spread of a deadly strain of Salmonella bacterium in eggs that causes more than 142,000 illnesses a year,
    2009-07-07 FOODHEALTHEGGS

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