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News Section Icon Published 28/11/2018

Ferrero makes global cage-free pledge

Italian chocolatier Ferrero announces commitment to stop using eggs from caged hens globally by 2025.

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News Section Icon Published 26/11/2018

Compassion calls on industry to #RethinkFish

Compassion launches fish campaign to help improve the lives of the trillions of fish that are farmed for food.

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News Section Icon Published 19/11/2018

Conad in Italy goes cage free

Leading Italian retailer Conad announces move to cage-free shell eggs across all brands by June 2019.

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News Section Icon Published 19/11/2018

China progressing on pig and poultry welfare

Compassion invited to participate at 2nd World Conference on Farm Animal Welfare in Beijing, China

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News Section Icon Published 05/11/2018

What businesses have pledged to improve broiler welfare?

Article highlighting some of the industry leaders that have signed up to the European Chicken Commitment.

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News Section Icon Published 25/10/2018

EU bans prophylactic use of antibiotics in farming

European Parliament passes new legislation aimed at ending the overuse of antibiotics in farming.

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News Section Icon Published 19/10/2018

We need a complete rethink on broilers

New report highlights the detrimental impacts of intensive broiler farming on animal welfare, public health and the environment.

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News Section Icon Published 10/10/2018

Global Coalition for Animal Welfare

Leading companies join forces to advance animal welfare standards globally

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News Section Icon Published 18/09/2018

Compassion launches first European EggTrack Report

New EggTrack report tracks European food industry progress on cage-free eggs.

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News Section Icon Published 03/08/2018

Calling on industry to find more humane pig slaughter methods

Article highlighting the welfare concerns around current pig slaughter methods and the need to find more humane alternatives.

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