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  • Aug
  • 25

What Is PETA Doing to Help Farmed Animals? Part 1: Outreach Campaigns

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As the largest vegan advocacy organization in the world, PETA has brought about landmark change for chickens, fish, cows, pigs, turkeys, lobsters, and other animals used for food. From shutting down a slaughterhouse in 1984 to prompting the first police raid of a factory farm in 1992, PETA has made historic progress. This is the […]


  • Aug
  • 20

New Study: Go Vegan and Help End World Hunger

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For years, PETA has been saying that if everyone went vegan—and we stopped feeding so many nutritious grains to farmed animals instead of to humans—world hunger would virtually disappear. Now, an eye-opening new study also backs us up. Researchers at the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment determined that 36 percent of the calories […]


  • Feb
  • 19

Don’t Buy the ‘Free-Range’ Lie

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Don’t Buy the ‘Free-Range’ Lie

There’s a local market near my house where I like to buy fruits and vegetables every Saturday morning. A small market, it has just the right amount of glorious tropical fruit and imported Korean persimmons for a hungry herbivore like me. But in between the rows of fresh flower bouquets and Himalayan rock salt lies […]


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