Monthly Archives: November 2012

What’s at Steak? The Power of the Factory Farm

Factory farming operations, that rely on densely packed animal populations that often live in filthy and inhumane conditions, had two big wins in the past election. In California, an initiative to require labeling of GMOs (genetically modified food) was defeated … Continue reading

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More Butterball Abuses – Turkeys not thankful

Being a factory farmed a turkey is tough enough. You live in cramped quarters where you can hardly move, stand in your own excrement, have limited fresh air and are not taken care of if you become sick. Being a … Continue reading

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Los Angeles City Council Adopts Meatless Mondays

In a 14-0 vote on November 9th, the Los Angeles City Council adopted a resolution urging LA residents to give up eating meat on Mondays. The nationwide “Meatless Monday” program was originally developed during World War I as a means … Continue reading

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