Eight years ago, Sainsbury’s announced plans to stock only higher welfare fresh chicken. They even took out newspaper adverts to shout about their animal welfare credentials. But now they’ve decided to go back on their word.
Sainsbury’s have broken their promise to customers. And they have let down millions of chickens, who will continue to live in overcrowded sheds, growing so big, so fast that they can struggle to walk, may develop serious heart conditions, and are unable to behave like chickens should.
Please, sign the open letter to Sainsbury’s today. Show them what you think of their broken promise.
All rabbits should be free to hop skip and jump, but 99% of farmed rabbits in Europe are STILL suffering in cages.
Last year you convinced the European Parliament to oppose caged rabbit farming, but now we need the Agriculture Ministers to act. Call on them to put rabbits on the agenda and deliver a ban cages: http://bit.ly/2orhetg
It doesn’t matter if an animal is free r...ange, they are all killed the same.
Killing is killing no matter how the victim lived.
Humans are eating these sick weak animals. No other predatory animal would choose to eat sick over healthy. It is so ...gross !
I have been working on an idea to really highlight this Susan Chaple
...Humans don't really need to eat meat but it's realistic to expect them to continue to do so. Thank you, CIWF, for campaignin
There are now only 6 days left to tell the European Commission
The heartless and faceless factory farming machine consumes more calories than it produces. It’s so powerful, the animals don’t stand a chance. Will you help? A reformed Common Agricultur
Waitrose paid that supplier.
Waitrose have not answered one question about the incident, I email regularly and never receive anything in response, its as if it never happened.
And you give them an animal welfare award?