Radisson commits to sourcing only cage-free eggs by 2025

Cage-free chickens
Radisson Hotel Group plans to switch all its hotels to using cage-free eggs by 2025. Photo credit: Moonborne/Shutterstock

Radisson Hotel Group committed to sourcing 100 percent of its eggs (shell, liquid and egg products) from cage-free sources across its entire global portfolio by 2025. The company plans to publicly report its progress annually.

“The switch to cage-free egg supplies will require time and investment, but we will work closely with our suppliers and hotel owners to drive meaningful progress,” said Inge Huijbrechts, global SVP, responsible business at Radisson Hotel Group.

Amy Odene, global corporate relations coordinator at The Humane League, stated, “Radisson Hotel Group joins the rapidly increasing list of companies committing to sourcing exclusively cage-free eggs. This commitment will benefit the lives of hens throughout their global supply chain and confirms that, for Radisson Hotel Group, the welfare of animals raised for food is a high priority.”

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The group encompasses seven brands: Radisson Collection, Radisson Blu, Radisson, Radisson RED, Park Plaza, Park Inn by Radisson and Country Inn & Suites by Radisson.

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