World Animal Protection’s new report found that dozens of companies that previously committed to end the use of gestation crates by their pork suppliers may...
Our partner Nestlé, the world’s largest food company, have announced a ground breaking commitment to source only cage-free eggs for all of their products in...
Jonty Whittleton, Head of Campaigns on the international farming team, submits that the key to providing better lives for the 70 billion animals farmed for...
Sentience Manager Helen Proctor discusses speciesism and why we care more about soft, fluffy animals.
Panera Bread's commitment will affect the welfare of approximately 400,000 hens
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We applaud Taco Bell for its extraordinary commitment to fully transition to cage-free eggs by the end of 2016
We commend McDonald’s on its commitment, announced today, to fully transition to cage-free eggs over the next 10 years.
Another victory for egg-laying hens comes after General Mills announces that it plans to transition to 100% cage-free eggs.
Looking into the eye of a cow might reveal how relaxed the animal is, according to our new study.
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