Tell Dunkin' Donuts to Switch to Cage-Free Eggs
  • Petitioned Andrew Mastrangelo

This petition was delivered to:

Global Corporate Communications Manager, Dunkin' Brands
Andrew Mastrangelo
Chief Creative & Innovation Officer, Dunkin' Brands
Joe Scafido
Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, Dunkin' Brands
Karen Raskopf
Supply Chain Director, Dunkin' Brands
David Gill
Executive Chairman, Dunkin' Brands
Jon Luther
CEO, Dunkin' Brands
Nigel Travis
Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, Dunkin' Brands
Jessica Schlueter
Communications Manager, Dunkin' Brands
Michelle King

Tell Dunkin' Donuts to Switch to Cage-Free Eggs

    1. Annie Hartnett
    2. Petition by

      Annie Hartnett



Back in 2009, Compassion Over Killing exposed horrendous cruelty at one of of Dunkin' Donuts egg suppliers. At the time, Dunkin' Donuts said it would investigate cage-free egg options, but have made no announcements since. 

Dunkin' Donuts is a multi-billion dollar company, and they can afford to think about animal welfare. The company sells 2.5 million donuts per day (each containing eggs from a battery-caged hen) and many egg sandwiches as well. Dunkin' Donuts is responsible for keeping millions of hens in cages so small they can't stretch their wings. 

Sign the petition to demand that Dunkin' Donuts go cage-free. 

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Recent signatures


    1. Reached 4,000 signatures
    2. New Humane Conditions for Hens?

      Sarah Parsons
      Petition Organizer

      The Humane Society of the U.S. and the United Egg Producers are working together to push forward federal legislation for more humane treatment of egg-laying hens. In the meantime, let's push Dunkin Donuts to use cage-free eggs!

    3. Reached 1,000 signatures
    4. Cage-Free Eggs Better for You and Animals

      Sarah Parsons
      Petition Organizer

      Allowing chickens free range is obviously better for the animals themselves, but cage-free eggs are also better for consumers. Studies show that cage-free eggs are less likely to contain bacterial contamination like salmonella.

    5. Reached 750 signatures
    6. Dunkin Donuts' Competitior Goes Cage-Free

      Sarah Parsons
      Petition Organizer

      One of Dunkin Donuts' main competitors, Krispy Kreme, recently announced that it would use only cage-free eggs. Let's tell Dunkin Donuts to take a page from Krispy Kreme and go cage-free!

    7. Reached 500 signatures
    8. Dunkin' Donuts Glazes Over Promise to Switch to Cage-Free Eggs

      Stephanie Feldstein
      Petition Organizer

      Dunkin' Donuts has disappointed animal lovers in recent years. Not only did Dunkin' introduce meat-munckins in 2010, but the donut shop has refused to switch to cage-free eggs, despite numerous pleas from animal welfare groups.
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    Reasons for signing

    • Heather Smith ST LOUIS, MO
      • about 3 years ago

      ‎"True human goodness, in all its purity and freedom, can come to the fore only when its recipient has no power. Mankind's true moral test, its fundamental test (which is deeply buried from view), consists of its attitude towards those who are at its mercy: animals." — Milan Kundera

    • cheryl monroe REDLANDS,, CA
      • about 3 years ago

      Dunkin' donuts learn to be benevolent. to the animal that are producing the eggs for you to sell to the public, at probably too-high prices. The animals as well as the public should be given are really serving you.

    • Thilo Florian Neubert FRANKFURT, GERMANY
      • about 3 years ago

      I pray that more and more people inform themselves of where the eggs for their food come from and that more and more people start eating fewer eggs and buy eggs from cage-free chickens. Thanks for reading this.

    • Sylvia Gascon ST. PAUL, CANADA
      • about 3 years ago

      Need to treat animals better.

    • Amy Linden ARVADA, CO
      • about 3 years ago

      I love Dunkin' Donuts. However, I stopped buying your egg and cheese sandwich when I switched to cage free eggs. Please make the switch too. I miss eating a sandwich with my coffee.


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