Cage free eggs

I used these noodles for my tuna noodle casserole. They are made with “cage free” eggs. I don’t think that there are probably any government restrictions on that kind of labeling. If they wanted to make a statement about the circumstances in which the chickens who lay these eggs live they might have said Eggs from cage-free chickens. As it is I think they are just cage-free eggs. And I’m guessing you can say that about all eggs. 

They may as well say cage-free eggs, free-range wheat and cruelty-free salt. It’s all true.