HSI is fighting to reduce the suffering endured by the millions of farm animals in factory farms around the world.
The vast majority of commercial egg and meat products in India come from intensive confinement facilities that do not provide for many of the animals' most basic needs. Read about our efforts to raise awareness and empower advocates and everyday consumers to live more compassionate and sustainable lives.Learn More
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March 28, 2017
Egg industry and National Farm Animal Care Council condemn countless laying hens to cages for foreseeable future
The National Farm Animal Care Council’s new egg industry Code of Practice fails to end the use of all cage confinement for laying hens. With this omission, the council is flouting years of consistent corporate commitments to source 100 percent cage-free eggs in company supply chains, says HSI/Canada.
March 14, 2017
Aramark, líder global en servicios de alimentación, se compromete a abastecerse exclusivamente de huevo de gallina libre de jaula en su cadena de suministro global
Aramark, proveedor líder de servicios de alimentación en el mundo, ha anunciado que hará la transición a una cadena de suministro de huevo libre de jaula. Aramark, que cuenta con operaciones en 19 países y adquiere 300 millones de huevos cada año, concluirá su transición a huevo de gallina libre de jaula para el 2025.
March 14, 2017
Aramark, a leading global food service provider, commits to sourcing only cage-free eggs in global supply chain
Aramark, one of the world’s leading food service providers, has announced it will transition to a 100 percent cage-free egg supply chain globally. Aramark, which has operations in 19 countries and purchases more than 300 million eggs annually, will conclude its transition to cage-free eggs by 2025.
February 21, 2017
Giraffas, one the largest restaurant companies in Brazil, has announced a partnership with HSI to transition to exclusively cage-free eggs in its supply chain.