Published today, our global Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) shows some companies prioritising the well being of animals in their supply chains, while several major fast food chains have yet to acknowledge farm animal welfare as a business issue
The Open Philanthropy Project has granted us US$500,000 to help create better lives for millions of pigs. We’ll pilot higher welfare pig farms, and increase engagement with the public and key decision makers to improve life for pigs in China
60 billion chickens are bred for their meat each year, and many are farmed in row upon row of overcrowded steel cages, causing them significant pain and stress. Today we launch Change for chickens - our campaign to help end the secret suffering of factory-grown chickens
Last week European Parliament’s Committee on Environment, Food Safety and Public Health voted for antibiotics to be restricted and used more responsibly on animals – we are very pleased that this progress has been made.
The recently published fourth edition of the Business Benchmark on Farm Animal Welfare (BBFAW) shows that companies, including Burger King, Domino’s Pizza Group (UK) and Starbucks could be putting animals at risk with little or no regard for animal welfare in their business models.