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PETA is relaunching the campaign that helped derail commercial whaling—but our “Save the Whales” mission is taking on an even bigger threat.
Please send a polite e-mail to Associated Food Stores letting executives know that you won’t be buying anything from the stores until they’re no longer complicit in forced monkey labor.
Help us urge Bacha Coffee to stop funding cruelty to civet cats by ending its sale of kopi luwak today.
Please, contact Wegmans and Harris Teeter today to tell them that there’s nothing “humane” about meat from Plainville Farms or any other company.
Instead of subsidizing the meat, egg, and dairy industries, the government should give incentives to grocers in food deserts to stock healthy vegan foods.
A whistleblower saw workers at Nippon Ham, Japan’s leading pork producer, slam piglets into the floor, inject them with surface disinfectant, and leave them to die.
Rumors are swirling about the video game characters who may appear on the Super Smash Bros. Ultimate roster next. Will they include PETA’s mascot “Not a Nugget”?
There’s no time like the present! PETA’s 3-Week Vegan Challenge will give you everything you need to start matching your values with your actions today.
Let executives know that you won’t be buying anything until the stores are no longer complicit in forced monkey labor.
Video filmed at “humane” farms shows workers viciously punching, throwing, and stomping on slaughterhouse-bound turkeys. Urge Whole Foods to stop misleading people!
In Thailand, terrified monkeys are chained, beaten, and forced to climb trees to pick coconuts. Opting for one of these animal-friendly brands could mean saving a life.
Kraft is considering making a vegan line of Oscar Mayer meats. Tell the company that you love to buy V-E-G-A-N meats.
It’s time for the school to let PETA give these “pardoned” turkeys the chance to enjoy companionship, fresh air, and sunshine at last.
A shocking PETA Asia exposé reveals hellish conditions for hens at ISE Foods, Japan’s largest egg producer, which is certified to supply the Tokyo Olympics. Take action!
Call out dairy for what it is: a product of speciesism. These students are on a mission to show the world that a mother’s milk belongs to her. Will you join them?
“Almost all of us grew up eating meat, wearing leather, and going to circuses and zoos. We never considered the impact of these actions on the animals involved. For whatever reason, you are now asking the question: Why should animals have rights?” READ MORE
— Ingrid E. Newkirk, PETA President and co-author of Animalkind