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PETA Asia conducted its third investigation into Thailand’s coconut industry, in which coconut milk, including the Chaokoh brand, is produced using forced monkey labor. Monkeys are captured as babies and confined to small cages with metal collars around their necks. Through intimidation and physical abuse, they’re trained to spend long hours climbing trees and picking heavy coconuts. Whole Foods has refused to stop selling Thai coconut milk, even though it already offers canned coconut milk from countries where monkey labor isn’t used.

monkey tethered surrounded by coconut

Urge Whole Foods to end its sale of coconut milk from Thailand with PETA’s Thai coconut milk peel-off stickers. Use peel-off stickers to let others know that purchasing coconut milk products from Thailand supports forced monkey labor and to encourage them to leave these products on the store shelf.

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