Morrisons to feed hens with insects in push for 'carbon neutral' eggs

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Better Origins' insect farms contain millions of nutrient rich beasties for hens to feed on | Credit: Morrisons
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Better Origins' insect farms contain millions of nutrient rich beasties for hens to feed on | Credit: Morrisons

The supermarket is aiming to slash the carbon impact of its eggs by replacing soya feed with a insects at 10 UK egg farms

Morrisons has announced plans to use insects rather than soya as chicken feed on ten of its UK egg farms, as the supermarket chain gears up to release its own brand of "carbon neutral" eggs next year....

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