FOODS PRODUCED UNDER humane conditions gained a toehold in supermarkets this year. The food industry appealed to consumers who are concerned about animal welfare. Producers and retailers increased their selection of foods that qualify for “humane” status under a third-party certification program. Heinen's Fine Foods, Warrensville Heights, Ohio, has committed to expanding its offering of products that meet standards set by Humane Farm Animal Care, a nonprofit organization based in Herndon, ...
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