PETA to Speak Up for Chickens at McDonald’s Shareholder Meeting
PETA is poised to take the mic on Wednesday to speak in behalf of chickens at McDonald’s shareholder meeting in Oakbrook, Illinois. We’re all set to grill CEO Jim Skinner and plan on asking him to change the way that his restaurants’ suppliers slaughter birds by switching to controlled-atmosphere killing (CAK), a less cruel slaughter method.
For years, we’ve tried to convince McDonald’s to require its suppliers to use CAK, which would eliminate some of the worst abuses suffered by the millions of chickens who are turned into McNuggets every year. But despite our efforts, the company still refuses to implement CAK.
After the meeting at 12 noon, we’ll lead a protest at a nearby McDonald’s restaurant, during which two PETA members will soak in “bloody” water to draw attention to the fact that many chickens at slaughterhouses that supply McDonald’s are boiled alive in scalding-hot water.
If you live in the Chicago area, feel free to join the festivities!
Written by Karin Bennett
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