Mission: Use These Labels to Expose the Truth About ‘Cage-Free’ Eggs

Have you ever seen a carton of eggs with a “cage-free” label? 🤔 That’s the egg industry’s way of making consumers think that chickens on cage-free farms live comfortably—which is complete cap. 🧢 Use these free egg carton labels to spread the word that cage-free does NOT mean cruelty-free!

PETA-owned image of the cage-free eggs labels

What Does ‘Cage-Free’ Look Like?

Even though chickens on cage-free farms aren’t trapped in tiny battery cages, that doesn’t mean they get to roam free and vibe with their friends. They are often crammed into filthy sheds and don’t get to see sunlight, go outdoors, or socialize naturally. 🐔😢 At hatcheries, day-old male chicks are often ground up alive or tossed in the trash because they can’t produce eggs. 🐥😨 At the end of the day, cage-free farms still rob chickens of their eggs including debeaking, intense crowding, and slaughtering the hens as soon as their productivity drops—and no misleading label can justify that cruelty.

How You Can Help

We need to let others know that if they want to help chickens, buying cage-free eggs isn’t the move—going vegan is. 😊 Use our printable egg carton labels to help give chickens a better life, show consumers the truth about cage-free farms, and earn 25 peta2 points in our Rewards Program. 😏 Here’s what you need to do:

1. Print out these egg carton labels and put them on a carton of cage-free eggs at home (if your fam still eats them) or hand them out to anyone you know who buys eggs.

PETA-owned image for the cage-free eggs example from Calvin M

2. Take a pic of your printed label and submit it for 25 peta2 points. (Heads-up: You’ll only get points once for taking this action.)

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