These eggs are free range something that is not customary in Japan and priced at JPY 0.55/egg that is tipping the scale for most consumers.
While many international markets sell organic free-range, you must be careful by definition. I’ve seen horrendous chicken coops of free range chickens operated under the definition “free range”. In Europe the non-cage system may be multi-tiers and up to four levels with or without outdoor access.
The problem is the definition and many wrong doers take advantage and clients get fooled thinking that their eggs are under free-range.
The definition according to Wikipedia: Free-range eggs are eggs produced from birds that are permitted outdoors for at least part of the day. The term “free-range” may be used differently depending on the country and the relevant laws.
Whatever you do, I suggest you are well-informed.
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