Majority of Canadians “Unsure” about Meat Industry’s Human Claims

A recent report from the Canadian Centre for Food Integrity on public trust finds that a whopping 61 percent of Canadians are unsure that meat comes from farms where animals are treated “humanely”.

Real Agriculture reports: “The study suggests there is increased uncertainty in the direction of our food system. … There are also rising concerns surrounding animal welfare as a whole. When it comes to consumers’ confidence that Canadian meat, milk, and eggs are raised humanely, the bulk of respondents were unsure.” This makes total sense, considering that what happens to animals exploited for meat, dairy, and eggs can never be “humane.”

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