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'Marketplace' Report: Burger King's Humane Choice
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'Marketplace' Report: Burger King's Humane Choice

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'Marketplace' Report: Burger King's Humane Choice

'Marketplace' Report: Burger King's Humane Choice
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Burger King has decided it's time to treat animals more humanely. The world's second largest hamburger chain says it will now buy eggs and pork from suppliers who don't confine their animals in cages and crates. Marketplace's Janet Babin talks with Madeleine Brand.

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