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Below are behind-the-scenes looks at some of the successes you’ve helped Mercy For Animals achieve. Together, we’re creating a world in which animals are respected, protected, and free.
Ep. 1: The Halley Family
Meet the Halley family. With the help of Transfarmation, they transitioned their family farm in northeast Texas from raising chickens to growing hemp.
Ep. 2: The True Cost of Costco’s Cheap Chicken
Bronwen Barry started a Facebook fan club for Costco’s $4.99 rotisserie chickens but changed her opinion after seeing a Mercy For Animals investigation revealing the dark truth behind Costco’s cheap chicken.
Ep. 3: Collaboration: #ForNature with Greta Thunberg
In the spring of 2021, Mercy For Animals worked with climate activist Greta Thunberg on the visionary #ForNature campaign to shine a light on how destructive the industrialized food system is to our planet and all who inhabit it.
Ep. 4: 2021 Year In Review
From groundbreaking investigations to international news coverage and beyond, 2021 was a powerful year for animals.
Ep. 5: Exclusive Interview: What It’s Really Like to Work on Investigations
Join Stephanie from our video team as she and our investigations manager for Latin America, Paula, head to a local animal sanctuary to discuss investigations, donor impact, and the importance of staying connected to the heart of our cause: animals!
Ep. 6: How Our Organizing Team Moves Companies to Do Better for Animals
Our organizing team is a powerhouse, engaging in hard-hitting, thought-provoking, and effective actions aimed at moving large corporations like ALDI to do better for animals.
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See how you’re making a difference for farmed animals
Making alternatives to animal-based meat, eggs, and dairy as attractive and accessible as possible.
Making animal products less competitive and less attractive to consumers, food producers, and policymakers.
Reducing suffering for the animals in our current food system for as long as it exists.