Spartanburg-based restaurant chain Denny’s announced its commitment to sourcing and serving 100 percent cage-free eggs in all of its U.S. restaurants by 2026.
The restaurant serves more than 400 million eggs each year, according to a release. Company representatives said the move underlines the brand’s dedication to the humane treatment of animals within its supply sourcing and its ongoing focus on quality, flavor and guest satisfaction.
“We believe our guests care about how their food is sourced, and so do we. For more than 60 years, we have listened to our guests to understand what they care about the most, without sacrificing on quality, taste or value,” said John Miller, Denny’s president and CEO. “The humane treatment of animals remains an important part of our brand’s sourcing strategy, and our commitment to this transition underscores our confidence in the ethical evolution of supplier capabilities.”