MATTHEWS, N.C. — Harris Teeter embraced a more transparent animal welfare policy, posting current sourcing practices and welfare goals on its website. The retailer said it plans to entirely source pork from suppliers that don’t use the controversial gestation crates, but did not cite a date when this transition will be finished. The chain is also asking its milk suppliers to participate in an animal welfare evaluation. Read more: Harris Teeter Puts Conversion on Hold On ...
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