RECENT consumer trust research from The Center for Food Integrity (CFI) shows that consumers have growing concern over the treatment of animals raised for food.
According to CFI, a near-record 60% strongly agree that they have no problem eating meat, milk and eggs if the animals are treated decently and humanely, yet just 25% of consumers strongly agree that U.S. meat comes from humanely treated animals.
Recognizing this gap
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