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Hellmann’s Light Mayonnaise Goes 100% Cage-Free Eggs

February 24, 2010: 02:01 AM EST
Unilever has indicated that its Hellmann’s Light Mayonnaise in the US is going to use 100% certified cage-free eggs, with products now moving into stores. In time, Hellmann’s intends to shift all its mayonnaise products to cage-free eggs as a consistent supply becomes available. Unilever claims its move is the largest such arrangement to date in the package foods industry, representing 3.5 million pounds of eggs annually. All the eggs will be ‘American Humane Certified’ through a program administered by the American Humane Association (see http://thehumanetouch.org/).
Press Release, Unilever, "Hellmann's(R) Launches New Light Recipe With 'Cage-Free' Eggs", PR Newswire, February 24, 2010, © PR Newswire Association LLC
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