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Hyatt Goes Cage-Free

Hyatt Hotels & Resorts has announced that it plans to switch all of its eggs to cage-free.

Hyatt, one of the largest hotel chains in the world, has announced that it will switch all of the eggs used at its hotels and resorts to cage-free versions. “By switching to exclusively cage-free shell eggs at all of its locations, Hyatt is improving the lives of animals and ensuring a safer food supply,” The Humane Society of the Unites States (HSUS) said of the announcement. The Hyatt serves complimentary breakfast to more than 10 million guests per year, which amounts to more than 2.4 million eggs per year. HSUS also states that the Marriot Hotels will likely follow in Hyatt’s footsteps and switch out its eggs for cage-free.

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