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ALSEA WILL STOP USING EGGS FROM CAGED CHICKENS
Fri, August 26th 2016 17:30 Hrs.

ALSEA WILL STOP USING EGGS FROM CAGED CHICKENS
 

Mexico City, August 26, 2016 – Alsea, the leading restaurant operator in Latin America and Spain, announced that it will work with its egg suppliers in those countries to promote a transition to a supply of eggs from cage-free chickens.
 
Alsea is convinced of the importance of encouraging animal protection and well-being. For this reason, Alsea will foster with its egg suppliers a supply of cage-free eggs, with the objective that by 2025, or sooner if possible, all the eggs used in its establishments will come from cage-free chickens.
 
This commitment requires the participation of the main egg producers in the countries where we operate to provide enough cage-free eggs to fulfill market demand, in the economic conditions that are affordable for consumers.
 
The company is convinced that with this type of action it will be able to contribute to generating a process of change towards a practice that will positively impact animal well-being.
 
 
About Alsea
Alsea is the leading restaurant operator in Latin America and Spain with globally recognized brands in the quick service, coffee shop, casual dining and family restaurant segments. It has a multi-brand portfolio comprised of Domino’s Pizza, Starbucks, Burger King, Chili’s, California Pizza Kitchen, P.F. Chang’s, Italianni’s, The Cheesecake Factory, Vips, El Portón, Foster’s Hollywood, La Vaca Argentina, Cañas y Tapas, Il Tempietto and Archie’s. The Company operates more than 3,000 restaurants, and has more than 60,0000 employees in Mexico, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Brazil and Spain. Alsea's business model includes support for all of its Business Units through a Shared Services and Support Center that provides support for all of the Administrative and Development Processes, as well as the Supply Chain.  It has earned the distinction of being a “Socially Responsible Company,” and is one of the top 20 “Best Places to Work” in Mexico.
For more information go to: www.alsea.com.mx
The Company's shares are traded on the Mexican Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol ALSEA*.