COLOMBIAN EGG FARMS

An investigation released by Sinergia Animal in February 2020 shows hens living in dirty battery cages, which is a system in which they can’t walk freely, open their wings completely or express their natural behaviors. The farms are located in the cities of Pradera (Valle del Cauca) and Baranoa (Atlántico), both of which are in Colombia, and they are the property of a supplier of Grupo Éxito, Colombia’s largest food retailer, which is owned by the giant French company Groupe Casino. Investigators also documented hens being loaded into trucks and dying before reaching the slaughterhouse.

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