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- Paul Sauder president of Sauder Eggs, and chairman of the American Egg Board. He is also a board member of the United Egg Producers.
- David Pierson reporter, Los Angeles Times
- Paul Shapiro vice president, farm animal protection, the Humane Society of the United States
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