When COVID-19 hit the United States, many meatpacking facilities were slow to shut down or even limit production. Slaughter lines kept moving despite the unique risk of contracting the disease in crowded, poorly ventilated work conditions. Central Valley Meat (CVM), a California slaughterhouse that Animal Outlook investigated in 2012, was even slower. Now, the San Diego-based firm representing one of …
Animal Outlook, represented by the Richman Law Group, has filed a consumer protection lawsuit against Cooke Aquaculture for misleading sustainability claims.
Ontario’s ag-gag law severely limits anyone’s ability to perform vital undercover investigations on farms.
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This is not the first time CVM has garnered attention: In 2012, our undercover video prompted the USDA to shut the plant down for unsanitary conditions.