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Subway expands 2025 cage-free commitment to Asia

More than 1,000 restaurants will participate in the cage-free switch.

Subway has announced that their stores in Asia will also transition to cage-free eggs as part of their ethical sourcing commitment.

More than 1,000 restaurants within Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, Taiwan and South Korea will make the switch by the end of 2025.

Stores in Europe, Australia and New Zealand are already using cage-free eggs in making their products whilst North America is still transitioning.

“Subway will be working with egg suppliers to assist them to pursue animal welfare certifications for their operations, so that guests can have even greater confidence about the welfare of laying hens producing eggs that are served in our restaurants,” Geoff Cockerill, Subway regional director for Australia, New Zealand & South East Asia, said.

Subway’s announcement is a part of their current brand transformation which includes revitalisation of Subway’s menu, updated restaurants and greater convenience, to appeal to a wider variety of guests.

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