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Study: Future of cage-free remains uncertain, financially challenging

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ATLANTA — A new study released today on cage-free egg production finds vast challenges related to costs and construction, a continuing lack of consumer demand and growing concern about unintended consequences related to operations and financing.

The study was conducted in 2022 by a team of researchers from Michigan State University, with collaboration from Kansas State University and Purdue University, and was funded by the FMI Foundation, United Egg Producers and United Egg Association.

Among the most relevant consumer-related insights of the research:

  • More than half of consumers (56 percent) are unaware of whether their grocery store. . .

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