he University of Delaware has announced that it has decided not to begin purchasing so-called "cage free" eggs for its dining halls, though it will offer cage-free eggs for purchase by students in its POD Market retail store. Cost is a significant factor in the decision, the school says. An analysis by the Dining Department determined that it would cost an additional $100,000 annually to serve cage-free eggs exclusively on the university campus, meaning either an increase in ...
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