From the Morning News Beat:

The Wall Street Journal reports that "in a move that signals the increasing importance of animal-welfare issues to the food industry, Bon Appètit Management Co., which operates 200 cafeterias in colleges and corporate campuses, plans to buy eggs only from hens that have not been confined in cages.

Right. That is a marked improvement: cutting out the middleman and paying the hens directly. And (obviously) if they're not in cages, they'll be wanting some walking-around money.