Fans of Krispy Kreme can enjoy their favorite guilty pleasure a little more, thanks to an announcement next week that the company will transition to sourcing cage-free eggs.  More companies like Barilla are taking a look at their supply chain and cage-free eggs will become the norm.

Here's the announcement, made by the Humane Society's Kristie Middleton:

Krispy Kreme doughnuts now come with a little less guilt, since some of the eggs they use will be from hens who at least haven't been crammed into cages. Consumers care about animal welfare more than ever, and we're pleased to see Krispy Kreme joining the dozens of major companies that are taking notice of that.  We believe the company is genuinely interested in doing the right thing when it comes to animal welfare.

You can read the rest of my article on Triple Pundit.

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