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Radisson pledges to serve cage-free eggs globally

All shell eggs, liquid eggs and egg products served at all hotels in global chain will come from cage-free hens by 2025
Radisson Hotel Group pledged to source only cage-free eggs for its entire global portfolio by 2025.
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UK egg producers fear end of import levies

If Brexit occurs, egg producers could face consequences, says British Egg Industry Council
The egg industry in the United Kingdom (UK) could be “massively undermined” if the present Prime Minister’s plans for Brexit become reality. And that could occur just 13 months from now.
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Cal-Maine completes Mahard Egg Farm acquisition

Transaction includes facilities in Texas and Oklahoma
Cal-Maine Foods closed the previously announced acquisition of certain assets of Mahard Egg Farm, relating to its commercial shell egg production, processing, distribution and sale of shell eggs business, the company announced on November 20.
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Australian protesters push for cage-free production

Despite pressure from consumers, a Member of Parliament says conventionally produced eggs are still needed within the Australian market
Recently, the New South Wales (NSW) Labor Party decided not to move forward with a 10-year phase-out of conventional cage housing for egg-laying hens.
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Antibiotic resistance - 25 Global Actions for 2025

Announced to coincide with European Antibiotic Awareness day, veterinary medicines industry reveals a raft of investment and commitments to help confront ongoing issue.
Announcement of investment and training to prevent antibiotic resistance on-farm, will benefit all from poultry and livestock producers through to public.
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