Top Pizza Chain Accused of Animal Cruelty

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You know eating less meat is healthy for you, your family, and the planet. You definitely ordered more takeout and delivery during last year's shutdown.

Unfortunately, these two patterns contradict. Advocates are calling out America's top pizza business for terrible treatment of animals that become our food.

200 food firms have agreed to a new chicken welfare policy that removes brutal factory farming techniques from their supply chains, according to the study "The Price of a Slice."

Chipotle, Burger King, Popeyes, Papa John's, Starbucks, Subway, Denny's, and more are beneficial for chickens.

While many fast food corporations, family eateries, and manufacturers like General Mills and Kraft Heinz support kinder chicken welfare, pizza chains are few.

The Humane League argues huge pizza manufacturers don't have animal-friendly supply chains. Domino's, Pizza Hut, Little Caesar's, Sbarro, Marco's Pizza, and others are in this list.

Thousands crammed into sheds with no place to move. Because sheds are rarely cleaned, they stand in their own excrement. Bred to grow so quickly that many can't stand.

Pizza places allow this daily. They've refused to restrict these methods from their supply networks and haven't published a chicken welfare statement.

To consume less meat requires sacrifice, intention, and dedication. This report may help us decide where to order barbecue chicken pizza, wings, or chicken tenders next time.

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