Maisie Ganzler shares Bon Appetit’s journey to source 100% of the company’s eggs from cage-free farms.
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- News Wall Street Journal
Bon Appétit’s Chief Strategy and Brand Officer offers perspective on gestation crates in the Wall Street Journal.
- News Yahoo Finance
Bon Appétit highlighted for animal welfare leadership in this year’s Quit Stalling Report by World Animal Protection.
- News NPR
Our chief strategy & brand officer, Maisie Ganzler, joined leaders from influential animal welfare organizations to tour Perdue Farms’ improved chicken houses, a change Perdue is making in response to pressure from big corporate buyers
- News Civil Eats
Bon Appétit puts its resources toward paying farmers a premium for meat and eggs raised according to strong humane standards
- News The Washington Post
America’s third-largest chicken producer is introducing changes that are a major step forward in animal welfare for the industry, possibly in response to consumer, retailer, and restaurant demands for more humanely raised and slaughtered poultry
- News Modern Farmer
To meet the demand for cheap pork, large-scale producers argue they must cut corners on animal welfare. The major company that Bon Appétit works with begs to differ.
- News The Wall Street Journal
The U.S. chicken industry has spent decades figuring out how to grow its birds fast. Bon Appétit joins Whole Foods in looking for producers who are willing to slow things down.
- News Mercy for Animals
Whole Foods Market and Bon Appétit Management Company have pledged to provide birds with 25 percent more space, natural light, and environmental enrichments. These meaningful improvements will reduce the suffering of millions of birds each year.
- News National Geographic
Whole Foods and GAP have set a goal of switching chicken over to slower-growth breeds in eight years, and Bon Appétit Management Company has signed on to move in this direction and embrace it