America's
Top Pizza Chain Accused of Animal Cruelty

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By now, you know eating less meat is healthy for you, your family, and the world. Last year's lockdown likely led to increased takeout and delivery.

These two tendencies contradict, therefore you should know. This year's most-ordered dish was pizza, so campaigners are calling out America's top pizza business for terrible animal care.

200 food firms have agreed to a new chicken welfare policy that eliminates inhumane industrial farming methods from their supply networks.

These firms include Chipotle, Burger King, Popeyes, Papa John's, Starbucks, Subway, Denny's, and more.

Fast food businesses, family eateries, and manufacturers like General Mills and Kraft Heinz have committed to kinder poultry care, but pizza chains are few and far between.

Humane League claims huge pizza manufacturers haven't committed to animal welfare supply chain procedures.

Tens of thousands in sheds without room to move. Their sheds are generally never cleaned during their lifetimes. Many can't stand because they're bred to grow so quickly and so hefty.

These pizzerias accept this every day. They refuse to stop these practises in their supply networks and have never published a statement on chicken welfare.

We all know it takes effort, intention, and dedication to consume less meat. But findings like these can help us decide where to get barbecue chicken pizza, wings, or chicken tenders.

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