By JENNA TELESCA Whole Foods Market offered shoppers a deeper look into the supply chain with the introduction of a detailed five-step animal welfare rating system to the meat department last winter. Developed by the animal agriculture nonprofit Global Animal Partnership, the program’s first step requires animals to be raised with without crates, cages or crowding. Each step — indicated by color-coded stickers on products — meets a new requirement, ...

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