Dierbergs’ Long-Term Plans Regarding Cage-Free Eggs

Dierbergs’ Long-Term Plans Regarding Cage-Free Eggs

For Immediate Release: June 2,2016

Dierbergs St. Louis roots date back to 1854 when all eggs were cage free.

The company still carries cage-free today, alongside organic, free-range, pasture-raised, Omega-3 fortified, brown eggs, double yolk eggs, non-GMO and conventional varieties at varying prices.

Dierbergs is working towards a goal that all eggs in our supply chain will be cage-free by 2025. We are hoping that there will be an adequate and dependable supply and pricing that is accessible to all of our customers.

As the egg industry evolves, Dierbergs will continue to evaluate the impact and timing on cage-free egg supply, variety and price.

Sustainability and the humane treatment of animals in our supply chain is important to us as a company and to our suppliers, and our discussions are underway. We welcome the improvements the industry is making to enhance animal welfare and to increase the supply of affordable, cage-free eggs.

About Dierbergs Markets
Dierbergs Markets traces its roots to a country store founded in 1854 in West St. Louis County. The St. Louis-based supermarket chain, with retail operations including florists, pharmacies and six cooking schools, is owned and operated by the third and fourth generations of the Dierberg family. Dierbergs' long-held belief in giving back to the communities it serves is realized in millions of dollars of annual support to hunger relief, children's education, healthy living initiatives, disease prevention and research, pet rescue, and local disaster relief and assistance. Today, Dierbergs employs 4,100 Associates in 24 St. Louis metropolitan-area stores and a location at Missouri's Lake of the Ozarks. For more information, visit Dierbergs.com or follow Dierbergs on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Dierbergs.


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