From the archives . . . this video, produced in 2015, by Compassion in World Farming, does a great job of explaining why we want Ben & Jerry’s to go organic, and why we don’t want Costco to build another giant poultry factory farm.
From industrial dairy, to fish farms, to hog CAFOs (Confined Animal Feeding Operations) . . . consumer demand for cheap meat comes with a high price.
Watch as Philip Lymbery, author of “Farmageddon: The True Cost of Cheap Meat,” interviews people affected by factory farming in Argentina, China, Mexico, Peru and the U.S.
Then think: Would factory farms continue to exist if consumers stopped buying their products?