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After pledging to create a timeline for cage-free hens in 2006, Costco has joined scores of other companies making the switch

Costco is the latest company to announce the transition to completely cage-free sourcing of its eggs.

After months of pressure from public figures like Bill Maher and Brad Pitt, wholesale retailer Costco is the latest company to announce the switch to cage-free eggs, following in the footsteps of Kellogg’s, Nestlé, McDonald’s, and Taco Bell.

In the past, Costco has faced particular criticism for failing to make the switch despite growing pressure from animal welfare organizations like the Humane Society of the United States, given that nearly 10 years ago, Costco publically pledged to create a timeline working toward a cage-free supply chain for its eggs.

“Costco is committed to going cage‐free for its egg procurement,” the company said in a new statement on its website. “Since 2006, we have already substantially increased our percentage of cage‐free eggs: in fiscal 2006, cage‐free eggs represented 2 percent of eggs we sold and today they represent 26 percent.

“In calendar 2016 we expect to sell over one billion cage free eggs. We are working with our suppliers toward a complete and sustainable transition to a cage‐free supply chain. This transition, however, will take time because currently over 90 percent of the supply of eggs is from caged hens and because other retailers and restaurants are also moving to cage free requirements, placing greater demands on the limited supply.”

Speaking to Quartz, the Humane Society’s senior food policy director, Matthew Prescott, praised Costco for stepping up. “We’re confident that Costco will reach that goal quickly,” Prescott said.


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

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Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

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Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


Cruelty Exposed at Costco’s Cage-Free Supplier

Animal rights group Direction Action Everywhere (DxE) released a video on Thursday that exposed cruelty at cage-free egg producer Pleasant Valley Farm&mdasha supplier of Costco&rsquos Kirkland brand. DxE visited the Farmington, CA farm several times and filmed the footage in September and October of this year. &ldquoThere were birds rotting on the floor, and there was one dead bird that seemed to have lost her head,&rdquo DxE founder Wayne Hsiung told the New York Times, which broke the story. &ldquoThere were birds attacking birds, and the smell was horrible.&rdquo Hsiung was motivated to investigate the farm because he believes &ldquoconsumers have an idyllic vision of what cage-free farming looks like,&rdquo and hopes that his organization&rsquos work reveals that &ldquocage-free is far from humane.&rdquo Major food corporations such as Costco, Walmart, and Sodexo&mdashthe world&rsquos second largest food supplier&mdashhave all made commitments to phase out battery cages after numerous undercover investigations revealed cruelty at facilities that confined egg-laying hens. This new investigation moves forward the conversation regarding whether eggs can ever be &ldquohumanely&rdquo produced. Fortunately, the chicken-free egg replacer industry is growing exponentially and is estimated to surpass $1.5 billion by 2026.

Love the plant-based lifestyle as much as we do ?
Get the BEST vegan recipes , travel, celebrity interviews , product picks , and so much more inside every issue of VegNews Magazine . Find out why VegNews is the world&rsquos #1 plant-based magazine by subscribing today !


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