Niman Ranch partners with retailers to increase donations to HSUS’s phony End Factory Farming Campaign

Niman Ranch partners with retailers to increase donations to HSUS’s phony End Factory Farming Campaign

pNiman Ranch partners with retailers like Whole Foods and tells customers to make a donation to the HSUS#39;s End Factory Farming Campaign. HSUS has a pig farmer employed as one of their VPs and their president, Wayne Pacelle, wrote in his March/April magazine column that (get this) his ten year pledge urges folks to cut back a bit on meat consumption to 6 rather than 7 days a week./ppMeatless Mondays have been touted for many years without much progress.In 2014, the HSUS is just getting ready to roll out a 6 day a week meat menu with no mention what omnivores would consume on day 7. I smell the blood of a lucrative partnership and it stinks to high heaven. The message no one in that partnership can stand to say Friends of Animals offers here: Go Vegan and no one gets harmed.- Priscilla Feral/ppnbsp;/phr /pa href=”http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/02/opinion/sunday/support-your-local-slaughterhouse.html?smid=fb-share” target=”_blank”strongSupport Your Local Slaughterhousenbsp;/strong/a/ppspan style=”font-size:12px;”emBy NICOLETTE HAHN NIMAN nbsp;MARCH 1, 2014/em/span/ppBOLINAS, Calif. mdash; LATE on Saturday, Feb. 8, news broke of the recall of 8.7 million pounds of beef that had come through a Northern California slaughterhouse. Social media buzzed with tweets and posts pronouncing it the latest example of a dysfunctional industrialized food system incapable of producing safe meat. ldquo;Buy local!rdquo; ldquo;Know your farmer!rdquo; ldquo;Eat grass-fed beef!rdquo;/ppThe problem was that this slaughterhouse, the Rancho Feeding Corporation, didnrsquo;t handle only commodity beef./pp…a href=”http://www.nytimes.com/2014/03/02/opinion/sunday/support-your-local-slaughterhouse.html?smid=fb-share” target=”_blank”.(read full article here.)nbsp;/a/ppnbsp;/p

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