Bon Appétit Continues to Commit to Kind Sourcing of Food

December 20, 2012

As part of a new policy announced early in 2012, Bon Appétit will, by 2015, source all of its pre-cracked (liquid) eggs from hens living in cage-free farms – numbering 11 million eggs annually. This standard already applies to all of the shell eggs it receives. In addition, Bon Appétit has promised that by 2015, at least 25% of its meat, poultry, and egg purchases company-wide will be sourced from producers that meet at least one of these four certifications: Animal Welfare Approved, Food Alliance, Humane Farm Animal Care, and Global Animal Partnership.

“Penn is pleased to have Bon Appetit as its food service provider, not only because of the quality of the meals created for our students, but also for the leadership they have shown around sustainable, socially-conscious practices,” said Marie Witt, Vice President of Business Services which oversees campus dining.

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