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Disney-Branded Eggs Make Us Question Welfare Of Magical Chickens

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After you get over the initial “WTF” of finding Disney Eggs at your local grocer, the next question becomes: How are these eggs produced? Are the chickens free-range? It appears from the top of the box that no hormones or antibiotics are used — hooray! But why in the world is Disney getting involved in dairy foods? And do kids really care about the outside of an egg shell? Check out the commercial below:

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