Here at the University of Westminster we care about the impact all our operations have on the world around us. This includes reducing our contribution to global warming by using resources efficiently, keeping our food waste and energy use to a minimum. But it’s not all about global climate change. We also support compassionate food production techniques which care not just for the environment as a whole but for individual animals. This is why we’ve renewed our Good Egg Award.
The Good Egg Award recognises organisations who commit to sourcing eggs and egg products from cage-free systems. This award is your externally verified guarantee that we work with our catering contractor to make sure our suppliers only provide higher welfare eggs.
So now you can rest assured when you tuck into your egg salad or your breakfast bap – these eggs have come from farms which allow hens to roam around and exhibit natural behaviours, rather than keeping them prisoner in sad little battery cages.
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