Convincing supermarket chains that they need to adopt animal welfare policies continues to be a slow, sometimes compelling, process. Ultimately, the consumer dictates what happens. Other considerations include the cost of implementing changes and how the added expense is incorporated into the selling price. Then, there's the larger societal debate taking place: Do animals qualify for rights? Or, is it enough to provide for their well-being until slaughter? “In animal welfare, animals are ...
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