Following the release of our report exposing the lack of information recorded around the fate of seized animals, CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) this week announced it will explore an improved process
We’ve been fighting the use of cages for animal products for decades. From fur farming to bear-bile extraction to egg production, these cages are generally designed to do one thing – make the most product as quickly and cheaply as possible.
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
IKEA Canada announced that as part of its commitment to sustainable food offerings, it will only be selling cage-free eggs* in all its IKEA Canada restaurants. This supply chain improvement also supports the well-priced food offerings at all IKEA restaurants.