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Minor Food Group to phase out cage eggs by 2027

The company is confident the initiative “will have a positive impact on animal welfare and sustainable food sourcing at both the local and global level.”

Bangkok-headquartered Minor Food Group, which has 2,200 outlets operating in 27 countries, announced that it will use only cage-free eggs and egg ingredients in all of its restaurants worldwide by 2027.

“Eggs are a staple in many of our products and we strive to provide our customers with the highest quality and safest ingredients,” the restaurant group said in an update.

“We are pleased to announce our commitment to source 100% of eggs (shell, liquid and egg products) from cage-free sources for all owned and franchised operations in our portfolio by the end of 2027. With our worldwide presence, Minor Food’s commitment to the cage-free initiative will have a positive impact on animal welfare and sustainable food sourcing at both the local and global level.”

Minor Food Group boasts a portfolio of restaurant chains including The Coffee Club, The Pizza Company, Basil, and Riverside Grilled Fish, and is also a licensee of Swensen's, Sizzler, Dairy Queen, Burger King, and Benihana. Markets where the company operates inclu Thailand, China, Australia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Myanmar, Laos, Singapore, and Indonesia, as well as select locations in the Middle East, Europe and North America.

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