The Lo & Behold Group, a Singaporean hospitality company, is joining the movement to improve animal welfare in its supply chain by committing to sourcing 100 per cent cage-free eggs.

The group’s concepts, that include Loof, The White Rabbit, OverEasy, Tanjong Beach Club, The Black Swan and Odette, will use exclusively cage-free eggs by 2020. With this commitment, it will be the first Asian company to join the global cage-free egg movement. Dawn Neo, corporate outreach manager for Humane Society International Farm Animals in Asia, says, “We applaud The Lo & Behold Group for becoming the first Asian company to commit to a cage-free egg policy, and for leading the way towards a higher standard of corporate-social responsibility for animal welfare in the region. Their praiseworthy commitment makes it clear that Asia’s future is cage-free. We are proud to work with them on this initiative, and look forward to working with more companies in Singapore and the region on similar policies.”

Andrew Ing, chief operating officer of The Lo & Behold Group, adds, “We are proud of our commitment to corporate social responsibility and responsible consumption, which includes animal welfare in our supply chain.”