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PETA Member Urges McDonald's Vice President to Stop Company’s Abuse of Chickens
For Immediate Release:May 6, 2010
Contact:Ashley Gonzalez 757-622-7382
Milwaukee, Wis. -- On Tuesday at a Marquette University alumni event, a PETA member took the podium from McDonald's Vice President (and Marquette alum) Mary Dillon to protest McDonald's refusal to switch to the less violent chicken-slaughter method that the company's own advisory panel recommends.
PETA's newest campaign strategy includes attending McDonald's executives' speaking engagements and holding them accountable in front of their colleagues and competitors for remaining in the Dark Ages when it comes to animal welfare. Even though a less cruel chicken-slaughter method is already in use in Europe and has been approved by the USDA, McDonald's still allows its suppliers to break chickens' wings and legs, cut their throats while they are conscious, and scald them to death in defeathering tanks using the outdated method.
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