Five Easy Things You Can Do To Help Farmed Animals — Right Now

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Farmed animals: How can you help them — right now? If you care about animals or want to learn the truth about the cruel abuse of animals in factory farming, now is the time to get involved in the animal protection movement. Here are five easy ways to get started. Intern or Volunteer With Animal Outlook  We’re always looking for …

Top Ten Vegan Items at Target 

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Target is a great store to check out if you’re looking to diversify your pantry with vegan snacks or check out some new vegan haircare products. We know that locating vegan items can be tricky and time-consuming (though it’s getting easier every day), so we did the shopping for you. Here are 10 vegan items found at Target that live …

Top Five Misconceptions About Fish & Seafood

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The aquaculture and fishing industries have have historically flown under the radar with regard to animal cruelty as many people don’t think of fish as animals like cows or pigs. However, with the recent release of the groundbreaking documentary Seaspiracy, and an overall growing concern for climate change and ocean protection, the truth about these industries is beginning to come …

Debunking Lies the Meat Industry Tells About Healthy Eating

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As consumers increasingly reject cruelly-produced, unhealthy animal products, the meat industry is grabbing at any chance it can to win them back. In late 2020, AgWeb published an article entitled “Eat Meat to Support Your Immunity During a Crisis.” But as people resolve to eat more plants in the new year, thousands participating in Veganuary, consumers are proving that they …

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Animal Outlook and Other Animal Protection Groups Sue USDA over Slaughter of Sick, Injured Pigs

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Animal Outlook, alongside six other animal protection groups, sued Secretary of Agriculture Sonny Perdue and the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) today for failing to protect pigs who are too sick or injured to walk at slaughterhouses, posing serious risks to animals and food safety. The lawsuit, filed in federal court in Rochester, New York, challenges the USDA’s failure to …