PETA says that while the U.S. has not officially banned factory-farmed meat, consumers are not being told the truth.
That’s because meat producers still have the ability to turn animals like pigs, chickens and turkeys into products that consumers can’t find in the U of A’s stores.
That is why PETA is urging shoppers to go out and buy locally.
“There are still meatpacking plants in the United States, but the vast majority of the products they make today are not produced in the US,” PETA Canada president Dan Pfeiffer said.
“We believe that consumers should be informed about the product that they are buying.
The U of T’s Pfeist says that in addition to the potential for harmful chemicals and the meat being sold as chicken, it has also been linked to a variety of other problems.””
We’ve also seen the U, of A put a moratorium on the use of any meat produced in China for animal welfare reasons.”
The U of T’s Pfeist says that in addition to the potential for harmful chemicals and the meat being sold as chicken, it has also been linked to a variety of other problems.
“When a pig gets its tail ripped off, that’s a problem,” Pfeitt said.
“When a turkey is cut in half, that is a problem.
And when you see a pig being slaughtered, that makes you sick.”
It’s the same thing with meat that is produced in factories that is farmed in China.”PETA Canada is urging people to call 1-866-233-4357 and request a free sample of the company’s new vegan-friendly meat products.”
Our aim is to change the way people think about and think about animals, about what they can eat, about the way we think about meat and the impact it has on animals and the planet,” Pittell said.