Food for Thought Announces Expansion to Its Already Existing Cage-Free Shell Egg Policy to All Food Service Locations by the End of 2017

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Currently, 25% of foodservice locations managed by Food For Thought feature cage free egg shells, liquid and egg whites across a variety of contract food service accounts. By the end of 2017, Food For Thought will be 100% compliant across all food service accounts in the Chicagoland area.

We are now at 25% usage across the company. Animal welfare and sustainable farming are the backbone of our food industry’s long term health. We take sourcing and animal well-being very seriously in our daily food service procurement and operations.

Food For Thought Chief Executive Officer, Nancy Sharp, notes that the company’s commitment to the best quality, humane and sustainable cage-egg products was in place early on. “We are now at 25% usage across the company. Animal welfare and sustainable farming are the backbone of our food industry’s long term health. We take sourcing and animal well-being very seriously in our daily food service procurement and operations."

“Food For Thought currently uses cage free egg shells, liquid and egg whites across 25% of our food service accounts. We currently source 100% hormone-free chicken and RBGH hormone-free milk products at all food service locations. We also lead composting management as a service to our clients. We trust our vendors to source the best and most humane, sustainable products as we continue our commitment to 2017 compliance,” states Allynn Pattison, Director of Hospitality. “Our commitment is to educate, source and provide the best food for our customers, for their health and well-being and the stewardship of our farming resources.”

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About Food For Thought:
Food For Thought is the leading local provider of fine foodservice management for the Chicagoland area. Since 1987, Food For Thought Hospitality has enjoyed an esteemed place among Chicago contract dining services. Food For Thought is proud to serve the local community at all of our Food For Thought Café locations throughout Chicagoland. Further information on Food For Thought can be found at http://www.fftchicago.com or by calling 847-982-2608.

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