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on May 21, 2007

Harvard implements cage-free policy

Ivy-league university begins cage-free policy.

Harvard University has implemented a cage-free policy for the shell eggs it uses in all its residential restaurants. The change became effective May 7. Harvard University Dining Services uses more than 500,000 shell eggs per year. Other schools that have shifted to cage-free policies include Princeton, Dartmouth, Tufts, and the University of California at Berkeley.

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