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Dunkin' Donuts Goes Cage-Free; Whataburger Is Duke Player's Good Luck Charm

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Dunkin' Donuts plans to step up its breakfast game: The chain announced this week that it is exploring using only cage-free eggs across all of its locations — domestic and international. One out of every 10 eggs used in Dunkin' Donuts' breakfast sandwiches in America will be cage free by the end of 2016. Those nine other eggs though, they're probably from caged-in chickens.

Here's a great SNL skit inspired by the ridiculous Starbucks Race Together campaign:

Be careful of what you post on the internet: The former CFO of a medical manufacturer lost his $200,000 job and $1 million in stock options after he posted a video he filmed at a Chick-fil-A on the it internet. In retaliation to the chain's stance on gays, the former CFO went through a Chick-fil-A drive-thru and hurled insults at a female employee, telling her "I don't know how you live yourself and work here." He is now living in an RV and is on food stamps.

Was Whataburger the key to Duke's success in the NCAA basketball tournament? Apparently. Guard Matt Jones reveals that while playing in Texas during the tournament, he ate at Whataburger every day, adding that it changed his life. His go-to order? A plain burger with blue cheese and bacon, plus a side of fries and a soda. Who knew a burger could help get you to the Final Four.