JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals has submitted a shareholder resolution calling on Winn-Dixie Stores to report progress it has made toward adopting various animal welfare policies pertaining to the purchase of eggs and pig, chicken and turkey meat. In the resolution, PETA points out that Winn-Dixie lags behind retailers such as Safeway and Harris Teeter that have updated their purchasing practices to improve animal welfare standards for some animals. ...

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