Global Food Partners works with leading food corporations and egg producers in Asia to support their transition to higher-welfare cage-free egg sourcing and production.
Global Food Partners (GFP) is a science-based, multinational organisation that works with food and hospitality businesses to implement their cage-free egg policies in Asia — where there is the greatest need for improvements to current agricultural practices and the potential for the greatest impact in improving the lives of farmed animals. It works across eight key countries in Asia, including China, India, and Indonesia, three of the world’s leading egg-producing countries.
GFP provides technical support to egg producers to transition from battery cage to higher-welfare cage-free production systems. Its goal is to ensure the industry can transition to cage-free production in a way that is sustainable and economically viable in the long term.
Some of GFP’s key projects include:
GFP was founded in Singapore in 2019 by Elissa Lane and Jayasimha Nuggehalli, two veterans of the farmed animal protection movement.
We don't currently have further information about the cost-effectiveness of Global Food Partners beyond it doing work in a high-impact cause area and taking a reasonably promising approach.
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