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Better eggs in Tesco and Intermarché

10 August 2017

Better eggs in Tesco and Intermarché
I would have liked you to have been deep frozen too
POLAND/EUROPE Two more chains have announced their plans to phase out eggs from battery hens which are to disappear from Tesco shops and the Intermarché within eight years.

“We would like to give our customers access to the best quality food products while allowing the industry to adapt to new challenges. It is also important for us to improve animal welfare, " says Eliza Orepiuk-Szymura, communications and information director of Les Mousquetaires.

Battery hen eggs will disappear from the shelves of Intermarché supermarkets by 2025 and in Tesco by the end of 2025 throughout the CEE. "Our decision on battery hen eggs complies with Tesco's policy of maintaining a sustainable supply chain and improving animal husbandry," says Jamie Walker, the product manager for Central Europe at Tesco.

Twelve chains in Poland have already announced the withdrawal of battery hen eggs, including: Aldi, Lidl, Kaufland, Makro, Netto, Biedronka, Carrefour, Piotr i Paweł, Auchan, Stokrotka, Tesco and Intermarché.

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