Last week in England, a labor court ruled that veganism is “a philosophical belief or way of life.” As such, it must be protected under the U.K. Equality Act. This was the result of a job layoff considered discriminatory, which the defendant attributes to his firm vegan convictions.
Pigments in biology, as defined in the Spanish Language Academy dictionary, is a “coloring substance that, dissolved or in the form of granules, it is found in the cytoplasm of many plant and animal cells.”
Sometimes I get the impression that the poultry and livestock industries live with an almost perennial hangover from which they cannot recover, with respect to what groups against animal production do.
A few days ago, CoBank’s economist Will Sawyer, published a very interesting report on the changes that are happening in the U.S. chicken market with respect to consumer preferences of white breast meat, thighs and dark drumstick meat.