Spring 2007 Poultry Press

Urge MORNINGSTAR FARMS to Eliminate Eggs


Photo By: Mercy For Animals

Morningstar Farms, owned by the Kellogg company, uses eggs from battery-caged hens in its products. Battery-caged hens are jammed in tiny wire cages in filthy buildings. Their lives are totally miserable. So-called cage free (uncaged) hens live a less horrible, but still horrible, life – painfully debeaked, crammed in buildings, killed after a year or two, often trucked to live bird markets to be slaughtered at the market or in someone’s kitchen. And male chicks (half the population of birds hatched) are always destroyed in commercial egg-production, regardless of how the hens are kept, because roosters don’t lay eggs.

 

  • Urge Morningstar Farms – a leader in providing delicious vegetarian foods – to remove the eggs from its products. Tell them many vegan consumers – would-be customers – await this positive change!
  • Call the Kellogg customer feedback hotline at 1-800-962-1413.
  • Write to: Morningstar Farms, c/o Kellogg Consumer Affairs, PO Box CAMB, Battle Creek, MI 49016.
Spring 2007 Poultry Press