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• Kroger yesterday announced what it called "a new, more affordable corporate brand line of cage-free eggs," saying that private label cage-free eggs will help it achieve its goal of a a 100% cage-free egg supply chain by 2025.

The company says that in 2015, "15% of the eggs Kroger sold were cage-free compared to the industry average of 9%."
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