Morrisons to sell only free-range eggs in stores
Morrisons has ended the sale of caged eggs, as it goes entirely free-range across its stores. The retailer, which sells more than 10 million eggs a week, said it has moved to a fully free-range supply five years ahead of previous plans. The supermarket chain is the first of the big four supermarkets to start using only free-range eggs, with Sainsbury’s set to stock 100% free-range eggs from April. Morrisons said the commitment will mean that all of its eggs will come from hens that have outdoor access for at least eight hours each day, as well as nest boxes.