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Published 04.12.17

Compassion supports UK retailer cage-free move

Compassion hits back at Government’s Chief Veterinary Officer's comments on enriched cages for laying hens.

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Published 24.11.17

IKEA withdraws commitment to higher welfare chicken

IKEA makes decision to withdraw from their Good Chicken Award commitments in nine European countries.

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Published 09.11.17

Carrefour to go cage-free across Europe by 2025

Carrefour Group commits to sell exclusively cage-free shell eggs for its own brand across Europe by 2025.

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Published 02.11.17

Nestlé to source only cage-free eggs by 2025

Nestlé makes global cage-free egg commitment.

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Published 30.10.17

Kraft Heinz commits to better chicken

Kraft Heinz commits to adopt GAP welfare standards for broilers in US supply by 2024.

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Published 27.10.17

McDonald’s announces global welfare standards for broilers

McDonald's sets new welfare standards for chicken suppliers but falls short of tackling some of the key welfare issues.

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Published 18.10.17

Chinese Government talks at World Conference on Farm Animal Welfare in China

The Chinese government publicly declares its commitment on farm animal welfare at The World Conference on Farm Animal Welfare in China.

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Published 09.10.17

Landmark Extinction & Livestock conference held in London

Compassion and WWF-UK hosts the first international conference to examine how modern meat production is affecting life on earth.

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Published 25.09.17

Elior Group makes global broiler commitment

Elior Group is the first contract caterer to sign up to the new welfare requirements for broiler chickens, across its global operations.

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Published 22.09.17

Knorr advances global higher welfare commitments

Knorr commits to 100% higher welfare chicken, pork and beef globally by 2024, with additional criteria for chickens in Europe and North America.

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