Humane Economy

More meatless meals coming to a dining facility near you, with new HSUS-Sodexo partnership

By on June 18, 2018 in Farm Animals, Humane Economy with 1 Comment
More meatless meals coming to a dining facility near you, with new HSUS-Sodexo partnership

If you have ever eaten a meal at a university or hospital cafeteria or at the cafeteria in your workplace, there’s a good chance the food was supplied by Sodexo, one of the nation’s leading food service companies. And soon, thanks to a new partnership . . . 

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Global animal health organization says pigs should be housed in groups

Global animal health organization says pigs should be housed in groups

The World Organization for Animal Health, an international body that sets standards for animal health in international trade, says that sows should be housed in groups because they are social animals. The recommendation is significant because it strikes a blow against the use of gestation . . . 

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Is your glass of wine poisoning wildlife?

Is your glass of wine poisoning wildlife?

The Humane Society of the United States has two affiliated wildlife centers that rescue and rehabilitate thousands of orphaned and injured animals each year. Holly Hazard, our senior vice president of programs and innovation, visits these facilities for discussions with their management teams about the . . . 

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InStyle magazine says no to fur; Fur-free pioneer Gucci among HSUS’s Spira Award recipients

InStyle magazine says no to fur; Fur-free pioneer Gucci among HSUS’s Spira Award recipients

The news that InStyle magazine has joined the shifting tide away from fur signals a remarkable change in the fashion industry’s attitude. Laura Brown, InStyle’s editor-in-chief who did a panel discussion on fur-free fashion with The HSUS’s Humane Generation in February, writes: “I want to . . . 

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As Canada moves to reopen its controversial commercial seal hunt, one more market – India – bans seal skins

As Canada moves to reopen its controversial commercial seal hunt, one more market – India – bans seal skins

In the coming days, Canada is expected to open its commercial seal hunt, where defenseless, weeks-old pups are shot or battered to death with clubs. But we just got some terrific news about India banning the import of seal skins, eliminating yet another potential market . . . 

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Breaking news: San Francisco says a resounding ‘no’ to fur

Breaking news: San Francisco says a resounding ‘no’ to fur

San Francisco has just voted to ban all sales of fur within its limits, in a historic victory for millions of animals cruelly confined and killed for their skins and hides. Today’s unanimous vote by its board of supervisors makes San Francisco the largest city . . . 

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California ballot measure would set a new precedent for farm animal welfare across the globe

California ballot measure would set a new precedent for farm animal welfare across the globe

In just six weeks, The HSUS and a coalition of leading farm animal protection organizations will deliver the signatures needed to launch a California ballot measure that The Guardian described as “History in the making.” That’s fitting, because the ballot and referendum process is a . . . 

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HSUS, HSI work with corporations, schools, and hospitals to add delicious plant-based options to menus

HSUS, HSI work with corporations, schools, and hospitals to add delicious plant-based options to menus

Whether through our successful campaigns to end the worst factory farming practices by law, or our corporate partnerships to eliminate the use of eggs and meat from caged animals, The HSUS and Humane Society International have together been a force in moving the needle for . . . 

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Florida and Georgia lawmakers make shameful attempts to protect puppy mills

Florida and Georgia lawmakers make shameful attempts to protect puppy mills

Staff members of the HSUS puppy mills campaign frequently hear from individuals who have had bad experiences with dogs sourced from puppy mills. For example, they heard from a pet owner who had bought an English bulldog puppy from a pet store in Miami. The . . . 

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Bills in Iowa would force grocery stores to sell eggs from caged hens

Bills in Iowa would force grocery stores to sell eggs from caged hens

The HSUS works year-round to secure the passage of animal protection bills in state legislatures, and to block bad ones advanced by lobbyists for Big Ag. Some lawmakers in Iowa have recently introduced two retrograde bills that seek to reverse the good work done by . . . 

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