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Hens are smart, inquisitive and social animals who don’t deserve to live in a battery cage – we know it, you know it, and these companies know it too!

Here's a list of companies in Australia that are cage-free and proud.

Companies like these are proving every day that you can build a successful and profitable business based on good animal welfare; and that we can produce affordable, safe, healthy cage-free eggs on a large scale.

Already a cage-free company
Already a cage-free company
Has made a commitment
Has made a commitment

A

Already a cage-free company

Alligator Brand Fresh Pasta

Already a cage-free company

Arnott's

Has made a commitment

ALDI Australia

Committed to cage free by 2025

B

Already a cage-free company

Blessed and Lucky mayonnaise

Already a cage-free company

Bulla Family Dairy

C

Already a cage-free company

Cheesecake Shop (The)

Already a cage-free company

Coffee Club (The)

Already a cage-free company

Coffee Hit

Has made a commitment

Coles

Committed to cage free by 2023

Has made a commitment

Compass Group (food service)

Committed to cage free by 2025

D

Already a cage-free company

Da Vinci Foods

Already a cage-free company

Doodles Creek

F

Already a cage-free company

Food Company (The)

G

Already a cage-free company

Grill’d Healthy Burgers

Already a cage-free company

Guzman Y Gomez

Has made a commitment

General Mills (Betty Crocker, Latina)

Committed to cage free by 2025

Has made a commitment

George Weston Foods (Tip Top Bakery)

Committed to cage free by 2025

H

Already a cage-free company

Harris Farm Markets

Already a cage-free company

Hospital - Canberra

Already a cage-free company

Hungry Jack's

Has made a commitment

Hyatt Hotels

Committed to cage free by 2025

I

Already a cage-free company

IKEA

Has made a commitment

IGA Supermarkets (selected)

Has made a commitment

InterContinental Hotels

Committed to cage free by 2025

J

Already a cage-free company

Jamie's Ministry of Food

K

Has made a commitment

Kellogg's Australia

Committed to cage free by 2025

Has made a commitment

Kraft Heinz

Committed to cage free by 2025

M

Already a cage-free company

McDonald’s

Has made a commitment

Mars

Committed to cage free by 2025

Has made a commitment

Marriott-Starwood Hotels

Committed to cage free by 2020

Has made a commitment

McCain Foods

Committed to cage free by 2025

N

Already a cage-free company

Nando's

Has made a commitment

Nestle

Committed to cage free by 2025

O

Already a cage-free company

Oliver's Real Food

Already a cage-free company

Oporto

P

Already a cage-free company

Pancake Parlour (The)

Already a cage-free company

Patties Foods

Has made a commitment

PepsiCo

Committed to cage free by 2025

R

Already a cage-free company

Rashays Casual Dining

Already a cage-free company

Romeo’s Retail Group

S

Already a cage-free company

Simplot Australia (Lean Cusine, Leggo’s)

Already a cage-free company

Snowy Mountain Cookies

Already a cage-free company

Sodexo (food service)

Already a cage-free company

South Melbourne Markets

Already a cage-free company

Subway Australia

Has made a commitment

Spotless (catering and hospitality)

Committed to cage free by 2023

T

Already a cage-free company

Three Beans

U

Has made a commitment

Unilever (Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, Hellmann’s)

Committed to cage free by 2025

W

Has made a commitment

Wyndham Hotel Group

Committed to cage free by 2025

Has made a commitment

Woolworths

Committed to cage free by 2025

Cage Free and Proud in the Community

Cage Free and Proud - Bus

We’ve taken to the streets to share the news about these major Australian brands who have committed to freeing hens from battery cages! Thanks to the generous support from media outlets Cage Free and Proud were on buses in most capital cities.

Cage Free and Proud - Brisbane

Our amazing RSPCA volunteers in Brisbane were out in the community, showing locals what a battery cage actually feels like for a hen, with this human-sized version. Luckily, many big Australian brands are going cage-free and helping end the battery-cage.

Cage Free and Proud - MCG

As well as big names like McDonald’s, Hungry Jacks and Subway being cage-free, we’re also excited about a couple large-scale egg users that you mightn’t have heard about. Australia’s major food catering companies are using cage-free eggs or are committed to phase them out too – Sodexo (already cage free), Spotless (by 2023) and Compass Group (by 2025).

RSPCA Australia CEO, Heather Neill, headed down to Melbourne to celebrate the latest brand to commit to cage-free eggs – Spotless, the food service company behind catering at the iconic MCG. Aussie sports fans will be pleased to know that shell egg products sold at the MCG are already Cage Free and Proud.

 


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