Restaurant chain Denny's Corp. has committed to serving cage-free eggs in all of its restaurants by 2026. Denny's serves 400 million eggs each year in dishes like the Grand Slam meal, the company said in a release. Denny's has been upgrading in its menu as part of an effort to offer more premium ingredients and flavors, including wild-caught and sustainable salmon, seven-grain bread, and gluten-free English muffins. Denny's joins a long list of company's that have switched to cage-free eggs, including Taco Bell, which is part of Yum Brands , Starbucks Corp. , and McDonald's Corp. . Denny's shares are down 2.2% in morning trading and 17.8% for the past 12 months. The S&P is down 6.2% for the past year.
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