The traffic light of animal welfare
Find out which brands and supermarkets use eggs from caged hens
What is Better Cage Free?
At Better Cage Free you will find out which brands and supermarkets still use eggs from caged hens.
Spanish consumers have a high awareness of animal welfare. However, information on the animal welfare standards of brands and supermarkets can be difficult to access. In order to facilitate more informed consumer decisions, Equalia offers you Better Cage Free, the animal welfare traffic light.
How to use Better Cage Free?
Scroll down to find out which supermarkets and brands use only cage-free eggs, according to the following color code:
Brand or supermarket with low animal welfare standards, still using eggs from caged hens.
Brand or supermarket with improvable animal welfare standards, still using eggs from caged hens in some of its products.
Brand or supermarket with high animal welfare standards. Does not use eggs from caged hens or has committed to stop using eggs from caged hens in their production and sale by 2025.
Click on the name of the supermarket or brand to express your opinion as a consumer.
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“The majority of eggs produced in the EU are now produced in cage-free or free-range systems. This shift has generated strong improvements in animal welfare and better protection of public health.”
Open Letter from Members of the European Parliament to European Food Companiess