Sainsbury’s slammed for considering imported egg

Hens perching on a wooden slat

SAINSBURY’S has said it will not rule out importing free-range eggs because of ‘exceptional demand’ brought about by the coronavirus lockdown.

The supermarket has also been stocking barn eggs once again, after previously saying it would be 100% free-range by April this year.

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