Help End Animal Cruelty by Encouraging Morningstar Farms® to Stop Using Eggs!

Compassion Over Killing and Vegan Outreach are teaming up with compassionate people everywhere to ask Morningstar Farms® to stop using eggs in its product line.

Nearly 300 million hens in the U.S. are confined inside wire battery cages so small, they can barely move. See more photos.

Morningstar Farms®, which is owned by the Kellogg® company, was approached in September 2005 about its use of eggs in its products, all of which come from hens confined inside barren wire battery cages. Battery caged hens are typically provided with a meager 67 square inches of space in which to live—that’s less than the size of one sheet of notebook paper. These birds are so intensively confined for their entire lives that they are denied their natural inclinations to spread their wings, perch, preen, or even walk.

Morningstar Farms® has long been a leader in supplying delicious vegetarian foods to a growing market. Let them know that the market also wants them to remove their support from the cruel battery egg industry and encourage them to join with companies like Gardenburger®, which last year announced it has taken eggs out of all its products except for one private-sourced item.

Take Action

Please contact Morningstar Farms® and politely request that they remove eggs from their products. Let them know one of their biggest competitors, Gardenburger®, has already made this decision for all but one of its products.

  1. Submit Your Comments Online
    Send your polite and thoughtful comments directly to Morningstar Farms® using our online form.
  2. 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. or Fri. 8 a.m. to 6 p.m, Eastern Standard Time.
    1. Say: “Representative.”
    2. Press 2 for product information
    3. Press 1 for general inquiries
  3. Write a Letter to:
    Morningstar Farms®
    c/o Kellogg® Consumer Affairs
    P.O. Box CAMB
    Battle Creek, MI 49016

Thank you so much! Our efforts can help free many hens from horrible lives in battery cages. Home