RSPCA to recognise Good Eggs

Monday, 29 July, 2013


Companies that have made the switch to cage-free eggs will be recognised at the RSPCA’s Good Egg Awards in Sydney tomorrow.

The Good Egg Awards are presented by the RSPCA to large-scale manufacturing, retail, public procurement and food services organisations that have switched to using cage-free eggs.

According to the RSPCA, more than 11 million Australian hens remain confined to cages smaller than an A4 piece of paper. Around half of Australia’s eggs are used in food production, cafes, restaurants and catering.

The awards event will also see some of Australia’s top food journalists compete in the Great Cage-Free Cook Off, judged by My Kitchen Rules winners Dan and Steph Mulheron.

The awards are presented by the RSPCA in partnership with animal welfare charity Compassion in World Farming.

More information is available at www.rspca.org.au/good-egg.

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