Cage-free Farms in China

More than 2,000 companies world wide, including 50 companies in China, have committed to purchase 100% cage-free eggs by 2025 or earlier. This puts a strong pressure on the supply chain to increase egg output from cage-free farms. Since 2019, IQC, a consulting firm in China, launched a research project on cage-free farms in China. Over three years, IQC visited more than 30 cage-free farms in China to document and evaluate their farming model, breeding stock, and animal welfare indicators.

This interactive map shows all the location and basic information of the cage-free farms visited. It is not meant to be an exhaustive list for cage-free egg production in China, but a reference for retailers and other stakeholders interested to source from or collaborate with cage-free farms.

Certified Humane

Humane Farm Animal Care DBA Certified Humane® is a registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit certification organization, operating internationally and dedicated to improving the lives of farm animals in food production from birth through slaughter. The goal of the program is to improve the lives of farm animals by driving consumer demand for kinder and more responsible farm animal practices. When you see the Certified Humane Raised and Handled® logo you can be assured that the food products have come from facilities that meet precise, objective standards for farm animal treatment. You can find Certified Humane® products in the U.S., Argentina, Australia, the Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, India, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, and Uruguay.

eLearning: Foundations of Regenerative Agriculture

It starts with you

This course is the perfect starting point for anyone looking to learn more about one of the most promising potential solutions to biodiversity loss and global warming. Through an interactive online learning you will better understand the challenges and opportunities of regenerative agriculture.

We explain how leveraging ecological principles and processes can move us towards food production practices that build resilience while at the same time producing the highest quality, nutrient-dense and delicious foods.