Industry News | January 8, 2016

Quiznos Joins Cage-Free Egg Movement

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Quiznos announced plans to phase in the exclusive use of cage-free eggs throughout its supply chain. Under its new plan, Quiznos plans to complete the transition to 100 percent cage-free eggs by 2025, with a goal of reaching that objective by 2022.

“Quiznos has been actively engaged in animal welfare initiatives for nearly a decade, and we’re pleased to announce this latest phase in that effort,” says Elizabeth Sapp, Quiznos senior vice president of communications. “Switching to cage-free eggs is the right thing for our company, customers and, of course, the animals.”

Quiznos move supports the current industry trend of shifting to cage-free egg products, an initiative McDonald’s, Burger King, Wendy’s, Costco, and dozens more are also supporting.

Matthew Prescott, HSUS senior food policy director, says, “Quiznos has been a real leader in animal welfare for years. We welcome this newest step in Quiznos quest to improve conditions on our nation’s farms.”

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Way to go Quiznos!

Way to go Quiznos!

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