WFM FOCUSED ON ANIMAL WELFARE AUSTIN, Texas — Whole Foods Market has announced plans to roll out a detailed animal welfare grading system in its meat departments. Developed by the Global Animal Partnership, a nonprofit group of farmers, retailers, animal welfare advocates and sustainability experts, the system has been tested at Whole Foods locations in the South. The company plans to expand the program nationally beginning early next year. Using a six-step approach, the GAP system ...

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