Which companies and brands have publicly committed to be cage free?

Companies the world-over are responding to community concern about animals and are ditching cage eggs from their supply chains.

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LAST UPDATED: 18 February 2020

Every hen is an individual, each with her own unique personality. Just like us, some hens are shy, others are confident. Some live for adventures, while others just like to hang out with their friends. But no matter what their differences, all hens have one thing in common: they suffer immensely in cages. That's why more and more companies in Australia (and globally) are doing their bit to help free hens from cages.

Many companies and brands haven't yet made public commitments: click here to see the list.

The list below shows companies and brands that have made a public commitment1 to only source eggs from from hens that aren't locked in cages:

Accor Hotels
Aldi
Allied Pinnacle
Aramark
Arnott's
Best Western
Bidfood
BP Australia
Burger Edge
The Cheesecake Shop
Coles
Compass Group
Conga Foods
Doodles Creek
General Mills
George Weston
Goodman Fielder
Grill'd
Guzman y Gomez
Harris Farms
Heinz
Hilton
Hungry Jack's
Hyatt
IKEA
Intercontinental
Kellogg's
Marriott
Mars
McCain
McDonald's
Minor DKL
Coffee Hit, Coffee Club, Ribs and Rumps
Mondelez
Mrs Mac's
Nandos
Nestlé
Oliver's
Oporto
The Pancake Parlour
Patties
Pepsico
Schnitz
Simplot
Snowy Mountain Cookies
Sodexo
Spotless
Starbucks
Starwood Hotels
Subway
The Food Company
Unilever
Woolworths
Wyndham Destinations
Wyndham Hotels & Resorts
7-Eleven

Please note that this list is not exhaustive. If you know of a company or brand who you think should be on this list please .

You can help spare hens from this cruelty!

Urge major companies including Pizza Hut, Dominos, and Qantas, to make a public commitment to be cage free.

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[1] This includes companies that have publicly stated that they intend to phase out, or have already phased out, the use of cage eggs.

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