Aotearoa has no laws or regulations regarding the labelling of meat, so how do companies decide what is free-range, cage-free, and hormone-free? Find out the truth about labelling.
Author Archives: Mona Oliver, Campaign Director
New billboards call out companies like Nando’s and Pita Pit selling free-range cruelty.
Animals Aotearoa’s latest billboard campaign highlights the huge gap between what people imagine when they think of ‘free-range’ chicken meat and the reality.
A year ago Aotearoa was shocked to see the inside of a free-range factory farm
11,000 people watched Farmwatch footage on RNZ’s Facebook page, and countless more heard the story on the radio or watched it on TV. But a year on, what has changed for chickens?
Media release: World’s largest meal kit, HelloFresh, joins the Better Chicken Commitment
HelloFresh is demonstrating a serious commitment to higher animal welfare by signing the Better Chicken Commitment in New Zealand.
World’s largest meal kit, HelloFresh, joins the Better Chicken Commitment in NZ
HelloFresh brings their commitment to chicken welfare from overseas to customers in NZ.
Media release: Nando’s and Pita Pit’s double-standards on chicken welfare exposed in new campaign
Animals Aotearoa has launched a petition to Nando’s and Pita Pit for selling suffering and for failing to provide their New Zealand customers with the same standards of chicken meat as they do overseas.
Media release: New Zealand’s public agrees – factory farming puts profits ahead of climate and animals
New international opinion polls and billboards in capital cities mark launch of major new celebrity-backed global movement to end factory farming.
Nando’s and Pita Pit’s chicken double-standards exposed in latest Animals Aotearoa campaign
Today, we launched a campaign against Nando’s and Pita Pit, two fast-food companies from the Delivering Better report, on their failure to improve chicken welfare.
My Food Bag, the latest company to sign the Better Chicken Commitment
Always free-range, My Food Bag takes the next step in improving chicken welfare.
Which meal kits care the most about animal welfare?
Meal kits are becoming an increasingly popular way for people to get their kai. Most of these companies market on their ‘ethical’ standards for animal welfare, but how do they stack up?