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Mike Jones - Royal Caribbean supports movement toward sustainably sourced food

RCL pledges all cage-free eggs, crate-free pork by 2022

Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd. has committed to using 100% cage-free eggs and to sourcing all its pork from gestation crate-free suppliers by 2022.

The company said it began introducing cage-free eggs into its supply chain in 2010 and has made significant efforts to provide sustainably sourced food including crate-free pork.

'Royal Caribbean supports the continual movement of the food service industry in this direction, and remains committed to keeping the treatment of animals in consideration when supplying its fleet with food.' said Mike Jones, vp supply chain.

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