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SOMETHING IN THE AIR

July 19, 2018

This story originally appeared in The Intercept. By: Eyal Press LIKE MANY PEOPLE in Sanpete County, Utah, a rural area roughly 100 miles south of Salt Lake City, Jessica Robertson likes to spend her Sundays in church. Unlike many of them, the house of worship she frequents is not a chapel filled with copies of the […]

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Two amputations a week: the cost of working in a US meat plant

July 18, 2018

This article originally appeared in The Guardian. By: Andrew Wasley, Christopher D Cook and Natalie Jones Amputations, fractured fingers, second-degree burns and head trauma are just some of the serious injuries suffered by US meat plant workers every week, according to data seen by the Guardian and the Bureau of Investigative Journalism. US meat workers are […]

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Review: ‘Eating Animals’ Skewers Factory Farming

June 14, 2018

This article originally appeared in the New York Times. by Ben Kenigsberg For the last 36 hours, since seeing “Eating Animals,” I have had trouble consuming meat. O.K., I had some lox, but probably only because the movie doesn’t deal with ocean fish. Christopher Quinn’s documentary makes a persuasive, far-ranging case against factory farming, which […]

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FSIS wants to privatize some pig slaughter duties

June 14, 2018

This article originally appeared on AVMA.com.  by Greg Cima Proposal would shift federal inspectors toward oversight Proposed regulations would shift food inspection duties in swine slaughter facilities from federal employees to private ones. They also would remove set limits on slaughter line speeds. Companies could move as fast as equipment and contamination controls allowed. The […]

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‘Bacon Defender’ Video Game Ridicules Trump’s Pork Deregulation

March 23, 2018

This article was originally published on Myrecipes.com by Mike Pomranz Even if you can’t think of anything else nice to say about Donald Trump, you have to admit that the man is incredibly impervious to criticism. He’ll gladly rebuff detractors on Twitter, brush off questions that don’t fit his narrative, and name-call entire news institutions. […]

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‘Bacon Defender’ Game Mocks Trump’s Proposed Pork Policy

March 22, 2018

This post was originally published by Eater. By Chris Fuhrmeister In an effort to raise awareness about the Donald Trump administration’s proposed deregulation of America’s pork industry, the Food Integrity Campaign has released an online game called Bacon Defender. It’s a doozy. The game mashes up graphics and music straight out of the 1980s, Trump […]

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Announcing: Bacon Defender (with Veggie Mode)

March 20, 2018

The Food Integrity Campaign (FIC) is excited to launch Bacon Defender (bacondefender.org), our newest advocacy tool in the effort to stop Trump-era deregulation of the pork industry. We created this satirical game to challenge Trump’s pork rule by 1) raising awareness about how the rule endangers public health, animal welfare, and worker rights, and 2) […]

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Plant Based News: Meat Industry Calls ‘Assault by Demon Vegans’ Major Challenge for 2018

December 13, 2017

By Emily Court This article was originally published on Plant Based News. Activism and plant-based products were called major threats to the animal agriculture industry by agribusiness news site Feedstuffs this month. The article, Six greatest ag challenges for 2018, lists six anticipated hurdles – and highlights effects of veganism, calling activist activity like undercover filming an […]

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High Plains Journal: Farm groups urge Trump to implement Farmer Fair Practices Rules

December 1, 2017

This article was originally published by the High Plains Journal. A coalition of 82 farm, rural and consumer groups are urging President Donald Trump to implement the Farmer Fair Practices Rules via executive order. The rules would provide the most basic of protections to American family farmers and ranchers who are enduring unfair and abusive practices […]

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Mother Jones: Inside the Bold New Animal Liberation Movement: No Masks, No Regrets, All the Risk

November 7, 2017

This story originally appeared on Mother Jones. When Julianne Perry first met the calf this summer, the animal was lying listlessly in a wooden crate on top of narrow slats, caked in her own dried diarrhea. Maggots crawled on her body. Just a few days old, she was emaciated. As she tried to get up, her […]

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