Take Action for these Toridoll Restaurants
There are over 100 Wok to Walk restaurants around the world. They say their commitment and passion haven’t changed a bit since day one by staying true to their origins. But we think it's time for Wok to Walk to get rid of outdated and cruel animal welfare practices.
Marugame Udon provides udon bowls, tempura, and beverages from a theater kitchen, allowing guests to watch as their food is prepared. But it's highly unlikely they would let customers see what's really happening inside their egg supply chain.
TORIDOLL CAN CHANGE THE LIVES OF MILLIONS OF ANIMALS
Toridoll Holdings Corporation still does not have a commitment to ban cages for hens in their egg supply chain.
Our investigations have shown the cruelty in which these intelligent and sensitive animals live when confined to barren metal cages. A commitment from Toridoll to eliminate cages for hens would have a great impact in reducing their suffering.
Cages in egg production are cruel and unnecessary, and companies around the world have already made the switch to cage-free. International restaurant chains such as Panda Express, Burger King, and KFC have already pledged to not buy or use eggs that come from caged hens.
Despite consumers' increase in concern for animals and the many restaurant chains who have adopted policies to ban cages, Toridoll continues to refuse to eliminate cages from their supply chain, falling behind their competitors and failing the animals at the same time.
That is why we are asking for your help to ask Toridoll Holdings Corporation to publicly commit to eliminating the use of eggs from caged hens for all of their restaurant locations worldwide.
With Toridoll’s goal of becoming one of the world's top ten restaurant brands with 6,000 locations by 2025, a commitment from them would improve the lives of countless hens each year!
Email leadership and demand that Toridoll ban cages!
ANIMAL ABUSE IN CAGED EGG PRODUCTION
Chickens suffer from being trapped in cages for their entire lives, without enough space for something as basic as walking, nesting or stretching their wings.
On average, each hen has less living space than a standard piece of printer paper. They tend to crush each other due to lack of space.
They can suffer from diseases, deformities, and fractures due to lack of physical exercise and the demand for calcium for the formation of eggs.
Today's commercial laying hens have been selectively bred to produce more than 250 eggs per year. This unnaturally high level of productivity is hard on their weak bodies, often causing hens to suffer from osteoporosis, bone fractures, and reproductive disorders.
Hens are very social animals who like to forage for food, take dust-baths, perch, and take care of their families. In these cages they are deprived of these natural behaviors.
The practice of forced molting is common, where they are deprived of food and water for days to speed up a second laying cycle. Some do not make it.