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Legislation would require California eggs be cage-free by 2024

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A new bill introduced in the California Assembly would require all eggs produced and sold in California to be cage-free by Jan. 1, 2024.

The bill recognizes the United Egg Producers cage-free national standards so farmers will know years in advance of what is required to comply with the proposed law and the legislation seeks to stagger the implementation of the hen housing requirements to ensure a steady supply while minimizing price volatility.

This staggered approach is expected to help maintain a ready supply of California compliant eggs and minimize any impacts on supply or price. . .

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