Following Outreach From PETA, Postmates Stops Delivering Foie Gras, Pulls Billboards Mocking Vegan Eating

After learning from PETA about the cruelty of foie gras production, in which workers ram pipes down the throats of ducks and geese up to three times each day to force-feed them until their livers swell and become diseased, executives at Postmates agreed to stop delivering this “delicacy” of despair. The company also removed two billboards in Los Angeles that mocked vegan eating and agreed to exclude them from the company’s upcoming national ad campaign.

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