Ever sensitive to public opinion, retailers have taken steps to ensure their protein suppliers adhere to animal welfare regulations as well as their own code of ethics — but abuses continue. Wal-Mart Stores found that out in January when the Humane Society of the United States released undercover video depicting abusive workers at one of the retailer’s pork suppliers. The case demonstrates that stringent purchasing policies imposed by retailers alone may not be enough to ...

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