Hens in battery cages

Take the No Battery Eggs Pledge

In Brazil, around 80 million laying hens are permanently confined in battery cages. These cages are so crowded that the hens can’t even stretch their wings. Today, the majority of eggs in Brazil are produced in these cruel, intensive systems.

Consuming eggs produced in battery cages is cruel and unnecessary. There are more humane production systems that don’t use cages, including free-range and organic. There are also many vegetarian alternatives to consuming eggs.

You can help put an end to the use of battery cages and greatly reduce the suffering of millions of egg-laying hens. Sign this pledge and and say NO to eggs produced in these systems. And please, don’t forget to ask your family and friends to do the same. Together, we can make a difference for animals.

Help stop needless cruelty: Say NO to eggs from hens in battery cages.



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The No Battery Eggs Pledge:

I pledge to help reduce the suffering of egg-laying hens in Brazil by committing never to consume or serve battery-cage eggs or any product containing battery-cage eggs.