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Cage-Free House of Blues

National concert venue announces that it will use cage-free eggs in 2010.

Last Friday, popular concert venue chain House of Blues became the first company in the entertainment industry to exclusively use cage-free eggs in its food products. The chain owns 13 venues spanning from Los Angeles to New York City, and the new cage-free egg policy will extend to all locations. House of Blues is owned by Live Nation, the world's largest live music company, which recently estimated that the chain currently uses more than two million eggs a year to make items on its dining menu and brunch buffet. National restaurant chains such as Au Bon Pain, Denny's, and Burger King have committed to phasing in cage-free eggs.

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