New Zealanders can look forward to higher welfare standards for chickens with today’s launch of the Australia-New Zealand Better Chicken Commitment.
New Zealand consumers will be able to look forward to higher welfare chicken products available with today’s launch of the Australia-New Zealand Better Chicken Commitment.
What are the lives of chickens that are farmed for meat and eggs really like? And what can we do to improve them?
Marley Spoon is one of 42 meal kit companies who are taking animal welfare seriously. NZ meal kits are choosing to continue to profit from cruelty.
546 and counting. Global companies are changing the way they source their chicken meat. It is time for us to catch up.
Labels such as free range, cage-free and no added hormones can jump out at you, but what do they really mean? What kind of lives did the animals lead? Is free range chicken really better or are there even kinder choices?
Chickens are very cute; they like exploring and are naturally curious. Sadly, chickens on factory farms don’t get to live a natural life or a very long one.
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.
One of the brave volunteer investigators of Farmwatch shares, in a very personal way, just what it was like to gather the footage that was released by Radio New Zealand earlier this week.
Footage obtained by Farmwatch investigators, aired on RNZ Checkpoint yesterday
(16.11.21) shows chickens in pain, struggling to walk.