Ascott Limited, a global hospitality powerhouse, has long been renowned for its extensive presence in the world of serviced residences. And now, thanks to Lever’s work with Ascott, a group with a portfolio of over 920 properties across more than 220 cities, has committed to ending the sale of caged eggs globally by 2030.

At the end of 2022, Ascott Limited took a significant leap forward in its commitment to responsible sourcing and animal welfare by pledging to transition to 100% cage-free eggs across all 38 of its properties in Malaysia and the Philippines by 2025. This bold step marked a pivotal moment in Ascott’s journey toward ethical sourcing practices.

But Ascott didn’t stop there. Recognizing the importance of this cause, the group continued its partnership with Lever Foundation to set even more ambitious goals. Ascott now aims to utilize only cage-free eggs at 50% of its properties globally by 2027 and achieve 100% cage-free egg usage by 2030. The progress made in this endeavor is already tangible – Ascott’s European properties have already implemented the transition to cage-free eggs.

This commitment by Ascott Limited, one of the biggest Asia-based hospitality groups to make a commitment, is not only a testament to their dedication to responsible sourcing but also a strong precedent for improved animal welfare practices across the industry.

For individuals, eliminating eggs from meals entirely is the most significant way to protect the welfare of hens.


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