After obtaining U.S. Department of Agriculture reports revealing that approximately 30,500 chickens were held in severely crowded crates on trucks overnight without food or water at Lincoln Premium Poultry in Nebraska—which exclusively supplies Issaquah-based Costco stores—PETA sent a letter this morning to Dodge County Attorney Paul J. Vaughan requesting a criminal probe and applicable charges… Read more »Read more
Armed with a newly released U.S. Department of Agriculture report revealing that more than 25,000 chickens transported from Ohio were left on trailers outside the Butterfield Foods slaughterhouse overnight as the wind chill plummeted to minus 32 degrees—slowly and painfully killing over 9,100 birds—PETA sent a letter today to Watonwan County Attorney Stephen Lindee urging… Read more »
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The pandemic has put pressure on many families, but vegan community fridges and mutual aid groups are offering some relief.
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PETA has just obtained damning U.S. Department of Agriculture reports revealing 12 violations of federal law in less than four months at eight Pilgrim’s Pride slaughterhouses across the country. Federal inspectors saw chickens who were scalded to death and/or drowned, found a live chicken in a barrel of dead birds, and discovered chickens caught in… Read more »
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PETA has just obtained U.S. Department of Agriculture reports revealing that locally based chicken slaughterers Tyson Foods, Inc., and George’s Inc. violated federal law at seven of their slaughterhouses across the country at least 12 times in four months when over 2,000 birds died on cold trucks overnight, others drowned, and live birds were plunged… Read more »
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Today, after receiving PETA’s detailed scientific critique at the agency’s private request and more than 73,000 e-mails opposing animal testing from PETA supporters during a public comment period, the Taiwan Food and Drug Administration (TFDA) made the groundbreaking announcement that horrific drowning and electroshock tests—previously conducted on scores of vulnerable animals—are no longer allowed in… Read more »
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Armed with U.S. Department of Agriculture reports revealing that turkeys sustained broken wings and legs among other severe injuries from being roughly handled by workers at two slaughterhouses operated by Jennie-O Turkey—a subsidiary of Austin-based Hormel Foods Corp.—PETA sent a letter today to Acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Minnesota W. Anders Folk, asking… Read more »
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For alerting her new guardians, Sandi and Mike Martin, to a dangerous natural gas leak inside their home, a local cat named Lilly is being honored with a Heroic Cat Award from PETA. The Martins began fostering 3-year-old Lilly in November after she was abandoned by her previous owner, and they formally adopted her soon… Read more »
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Get your glass of oat milk ready—you’ll want to satisfy your cookie cravings after reading this.
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Veggie Grill, Native Foods, Cinnaholic, and others are making vegan food mainstream. Find out if there are locations near you.
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