How to eat ethically (

22 Nov 2016 8:50 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

When our grandparents thought about what to eat, they didn't have to consider what their food choices might be doing to the environment, what animal welfare conditions were like or even what bad effects their food might have on their bodies.  They didn't stand motionless in supermarket aisles, head down, squinting at tiny labels, and there weren't whole sections of the shops they needed to avoid.

Both RSPCA and Humane Society International Australia (via its Humane Choice True Free Range certification) provide more consistent standards that producers must abide by to get approval.  Humane Choice, with its "True Free Range" standards, lists on its website the producers it has certified and in many cases where you can buy the products.  Read the full article here: