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Burger King Going Cageless

Burger King announced that it would begin buying pork and eggs from farms that do not cage or crate their animals. What do you think?
  • "As a regular Burger King patron, I don't think I could make it any more clear that I don't give a flying fuck what I put into my body."

    Priya Shenoy
    Produce Manager
  • "But the cages were what pushed all the flavor tight into the animals."

    Derrick Braswell
    Customer Support Operator
  • "Now all that's left for them to do is to stop buying from farms that feed their livestock Burger King."

    Pete DuMont
    Systems Analyst