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News Icon 10/27/2017

Statement on New McDonald's Policy

Today, McDonald’s released an underwhelming broiler welfare policy—a policy that, in some instances, only commits to follow minimum legal requirements.

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News Icon 10/27/2017

Kraft Heinz Commits to Better Chicken

Today, Kraft Heinz announced an expansion of their current animal welfare commitments to include better treatment of chickens raised for meat.

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News Icon 10/23/2017

Tell Popeyes to End Cruelty

Popeyes is sourcing chickens that were bred to grow so big, so fast that they often can't even support their own body weight. Take action now!

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News Icon 10/10/2017

Plant Based News Interviews CIWF

Plant Based News sat down with Leah Garces, US Executive Director of Compassion in World Farming to discuss factory farming, building bridges with the so-called opposition, and shifting the world to a more plant-based diet.

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News Icon 9/29/2017

Campbell Improves Animal Welfare

Campbell publishes its first ever comprehensive animal welfare policy and transparently reports progress on reforms so far.

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News Icon 8/29/2017

Caring About Jaguars Means Caring About Chickens

Intensive animal agriculture is driving many of our most cherished wild species—from jaguars to bison to bees—to the brink of extinction.

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News Icon 8/24/2017

Can factory farming feed the world?

If we were to start all over, we would never choose such an unsustainable, destructive food system.

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News Icon 8/23/2017

Meat Industry Leader Cargill Invests in Clean Meat

Cargill, the world’s largest supplier of ground beef, just made a game-changing investment in “clean meat” startup Memphis Meats—a company with the innovative goal of producing meat without the need to raise animals.

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News Icon 2/28/2017

Chicken has changed for the worse—and the proof is in the stripes

You may have seen it on our website, in the news, or even closer to home at your local supermarket: chicken has a white striping problem—and it has big implications for both chickens and humans alike.

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News Icon 1/11/2017

Why the National Chicken Council Has it All Wrong

A new National Chicken Council study warns against slower growing chicken breeds and other changes companies are calling for. But they got it all wrong.

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