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SeaWorld sees food in a new light

SeaWorld is switching 100 percent of its egg usage away from battery cage operations to cage-free by the end of next year. Photo by David Paul Morris/For The HSUS When I announced with SeaWorld CEO Joel Manby in March that the theme park would stop breeding orcas at all of its operations, I emphasized that the pledge was just one element of a bigger set of commitments from the company on animal welfare.
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