The food justice movement seeks to create a fair and sustainable food system.
Finland’s Meeat Food Tech is accelerating food system change by converting existing meat facilities into plant-based protein factories.
Animal Rebellion is pledging to block dairy deliveries until the government agrees to support rewilding and plant-based food system transition.
Turkeys can live for decades in the wild but, when raised for food, these creatures are slaughtered as young as 12 weeks old.
Every second, 271 animals are killed for food in the U.S. Millions more are killed every day. Find out why so many animals are killed and how it happens.
News reports of a recent Cornell study got the numbers wrong — shifting to plant-based diets will not cause massive farm job losses.
A new undercover investigation by Animal Justice Project shows how goats are treated on a large dairy farm.
Viva!’s latest undercover investigation of a commercial duck egg facility reveals severe abuse and lapses in biosecurity protocols.
A poultry processing company in Singapore offers up its waste to cultivated meat companies. But should they use it?
Through a series of exclusive interviews, our reporters offer key insights into the role chicken farmers are playing in the fight for a more equitable food system.
In this episode, Pete Paxton shares his experiences working in illegal slaughterhouses, the complex moral battles undercover investigators face, the corrupt world of puppy mills and more.
On factory farms, animals are subjected to stress, confinement and physical harm. But the meatpacking industry is also harmful to humans caught within it.
In this episode, Vox staff writer Kenny Torrella discusses celebrity fails, when plant-based food tastes bad, and what a perfect future might look like.
Roughly 25 million farmed animals are slaughtered in the U.S. every day. Many die before they even arrive at the slaughterhouse.
Safely disposing of the dead birds and implementing effective safety measures to prevent the next outbreak prove to be a significant challenge.
The first human case of avian flu was confirmed in China last week. But over the past three months, millions of birds have died.
A new report reveals that an estimated 235 million pounds of pesticides were used to grow feed crops for factory-farmed animals in the U.S. in 2018.
The vast majority of chickens spend their entire lives in the confinement of a factory farm. Farmed animals live for about six weeks before they are slaughtered.
A team of third-party experts will help seven JBS plants reduce employee coronavirus exposure and prepare for future outbreaks.
Sentient Media’s Associate Editor Claire Hamlett critiques the Guardian’s coverage of avian flu in an excerpt from our brand new, special-edition newsletter, The Correction.
British supermarkets are pouring millions of pounds into the UK’s beleaguered pig farming sector. Experts fear it may only make the problem worse.
To produce milk, dairy cattle need to be impregnated. The typical dairy cow is bred every single year, giving her body no break from producing milk or carrying a baby.
The H5N1 virus continues to spread through poultry farms across the U.S. and around the world, forcing farmers to cull record numbers of birds.
A scathing new report alleges that the country’s largest meat producers made “baseless” claims of meat shortages to keep their facilities running in the early stages of the pandemic.
“This is what happens when you try to put too many animals in the same place,” says the report’s author, who lives next door to one of the pig farms.
The edible insect market is projected to hit $1.2 billion by 2023. But advocates are questioning the motives behind this surprising new trend.
New technology is making farmers’ lives easier, but the increased efficiency they bring often comes at the cost of farmed animals.
A first-of-a-kind study looked into the UK meat industry. It found that the industry relies on misinformation to cover up its harmful impacts.
A new study reveals that meat certified to be antibiotic-free was, in fact, raised with antibiotics. Another study found that organic farms were also not antibiotic-free.
The farm-to-table movement promised better, more sustainable food. But the idea has been co-opted by meat and dairy producers, who exploit it for their own financial gain.
A new national strategy hopes to modernize the UK’s food system by encouraging animal farmers to transition to more sustainable farming methods.