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Why Animal Welfare is a Rising Concern for Food Shoppers
Why Animal Welfare is a Rising Concern for Food Shoppers

Even with inflation and rising food costs, conscious consumers appear not to skimp on animal welfare. Nearly 60% of consumers in the US report that they’re concerned about animal welfare when it comes to the food products they buy. This is reflected in the rise in popularity ...

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