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To help fight climate change, we turn to Dr. Nathan Pelletier

Sustainability is a top priority for the Canadian egg industry in 2017. We have a great record on this front–a recent study found that over fifty years, our industry’s environmental impact was cut in half. Now we’re looking to the future, and how we can do even more to make egg farming an environmentally-friendly industry. […]
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