Researchers examined how eating habits can be linked to COVID-19 severity. What they found may shock you, but it didn’t surprise PETA.
Fish feel pain, too! And if your family usually celebrates Father’s Day by accompanying Dad to the local fishing hole, this will help you start a kinder tradition.
If it’s made from dairy, it comes from cows like Dawn. See how students across the country are sharing Dawn’s story to show the world that milk belongs to mothers like her.
Vital Farms Claims Humane Treatment of Chickens—PETA Foundation Lawyers Help File Class Action Lawsuit© iStock.com/funix
Vital Farms uses gimmicky words and deceptive images to mislead consumers about the way it really treats chickens. PETA is helping consumers sue over the brand’s allegedly false claims.
PETA has made a lot of top 10 lists over the decades, so it was only natural to compile the top 10 of them! Check out our top 10 top 10 lists for food finds, reasons to go vegan, and more.
Thanks to PETA Asia, Odd the monkey can finally enjoy a normal life—away from Thailand’s cruel coconut industry. Here’s how you can help others!
Join California Students Opposing Speciesism hubs in pushing for a ban on serving meat, eggs, and dairy as well as on supplying animal-tested products to students, teachers, and staff on UC campuses.
Join 25 of the world’s most trusted experts for the free online 10th Annual Food Revolution Summit! Get the latest insights on vegan health while supporting PETA’s vital work for animals. It’s a win-win! Register today.
Eating vegan—even for just a single day—is an effective way to help the planet. Here are PETA’s tips and resources to help you go vegan on Earth Day and beyond.
Check out these restaurants and companies that are helping PETA for “Go Vegan for the Earth” Day this year!
Looking for love on the apps? PETA took to Tinder to see who would fare better with matches: an amateur angler or a “trash fishing” pro. Here’s what we learned.
Victory! New Zealand has made the compassionate move to ban the live export of millions of animals, a journey that is fraught with illness and death. Now, all eyes are on Australia to follow suit.
Severe injuries, dead and dying chicks, rotting bodies scattered on the feces-covered floor of dank, dark sheds: THIS is what you’re supporting when you buy chicken.
“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