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Top UK companies named „Good Eggs“

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Cadbury Creme Egg, Hellmann’s and the National Trust were among the UK’s leading brands to be named “Good Eggs” at an award ceremony in London. Joanna Lumley, fronting the campaign for Compassion in World Farming, explained that the Good Egg Award winners were abandoning eggs from battery cages in all sorts of products. From cakes to confectionary to mayonnaise, consumers looking for ethical eggs would finally be able to make that choice.


This year’s award winners will release over 10 million hens from cages, double the number released by Good Egg Award winners’ commitments last year. The awards have been set up by the leading animal welfare group Compassion in World Farming to celebrate companies ditching the battery cage egg in favour of eggs from free-range or barn kept hens.


Tesco will receive the 2008 Rotten Egg Award for failing to make a commitment to rid their shelves of battery cage eggs.



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