GRILLED: Turning Adversaries to Allies to Change the Chicken Industry, written by previous US Executive Director of Compassion in World Farming Leah Garcés, is a powerful retelling of a life of animal advocacy and the historic roots of Compassion USA—and it just hit store shelves today.
GRILLED details Garcés’ experiences working alongside farmers and food industry leaders—encouraging change through dialogue and discussion—to reduce animal suffering and put a spotlight on the rapidly growing plant-based food sector.
Centered on the seemingly lost art of finding common ground, this compelling story is a must-read for those interested in transforming the food system and the world at large—perfect for activists, educators, businesspeople, and changemakers of all stripes.
About GRILLED, Compassion in World Farming CEO Philip Lymbery says:
GRILLED is a breathless, impassioned, and curious journey. It is the tale of an American mom who wants to be able to take her young son by the hand and lead him through the grocery store, knowing there are no bad choices lurking behind misleading labels on those shelves; a far cry from where things are now.
GRILLED is available now via Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Bloomsbury; all proceeds will directly benefit Compassion in World Farming’s mission to end cruel factory farming.