We have signed the European Chicken Commitment

At Chiquito the quality, sourcing and ethical status of our ingredients is of paramount importance to us. We are therefore pleased to announce that we have signed the European Chicken Commitment, thereby committing to meet or exceed the standards set out in the ECC by 2026 for 100% of the chicken across our entire portfolio.

This commitment aims to improve the welfare of millions of chickens used in our supply chain. Signing up further builds on our cage free egg pledge, antibiotic usage reduction and responsible fish sourcing programmes, further demonstrating our responsible sourcing approach and commitment to animal welfare.

Vicky Bond, Managing Director of The Humane League UK, said: “We applaud The Restaurant Group for committing to the European Chicken Commitment, creating meaningful change for chickens in their supply chain. This commitment, from one of the UK’s biggest hospitality businesses operating over 650 restaurants and pubs up and down the country, will benefit countless chickens per year. We are delighted to see them joining the ranks of an increasing number of companies looking to make these positive improvements to the welfare of chickens.”
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We have signed the European Chicken Commitment

At Chiquito the quality, sourcing and ethical status of our ingredients is of paramount importance to us. We are therefore pleased to announce that we have signed the European Chicken Commitment, thereby committing to meet or exceed the standards set out in the ECC by 2026 for 100% of the chicken across our entire portfolio.

This commitment aims to improve the welfare of millions of chickens used in our supply chain. Signing up further builds on our cage free egg pledge, antibiotic usage reduction and responsible fish sourcing programmes, further demonstrating our responsible sourcing approach and commitment to animal welfare.

Vicky Bond, Managing Director of The Humane League UK, said: “We applaud The Restaurant Group for committing to the European Chicken Commitment, creating meaningful change for chickens in their supply chain. This commitment, from one of the UK’s biggest hospitality businesses operating over 650 restaurants and pubs up and down the country, will benefit countless chickens per year. We are delighted to see them joining the ranks of an increasing number of companies looking to make these positive improvements to the welfare of chickens.”
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