HSI is fighting to reduce the suffering endured by the millions of farm animals in factory farms around the world.

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Stopping Factory Farming in India

The vast majority of commercial egg and meat products in India come from intensive confinement facilities that do not provide for many of the animals' most basic needs. Read about our efforts to raise awareness and empower advocates and everyday consumers to live more compassionate and sustainable lives.

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  • August 17, 2017

    Sapore commits to sourcing only cage-free eggs

    Sapore, one of Brazil’s largest food service providers, serving approximately 365 million meals per year, announced a partnership with Humane Society International committing to source exclusively cage-free eggs (liquid and shell) by 2025.

  • August 17, 2017

    Sapore comprará apenas ovos livres de gaiolas

    A Sapore, uma das maiores empresas em serviços de alimentação no Brasil, fornecendo aproximadamente 365 milhões de refeições por ano, anunciou uma parceria com a Humane Society International comprometendo-se a comprar apenas ovos livres de gaiolas (processados e in natura) em sua cadeia de fornecimento até 2025.

  • July 31, 2017

    City of Paulicéia, Brazil adopts Meatless Monday program at public schools

    The city of Paulicéia in Brazil’s São Paulo state, in partnership with Humane Society International, joined the global Meatless Monday movement committing to offering exclusively plant-based meals at all its public schools one day a week. This program will impact approximately 120,000 meals a year.

  • July 31, 2017

    A cidade de Paulicéia adota o Programa Segunda Sem Carne nas escolas

    A cidade de Paulicéia, no estado brasileiro de São Paulo, em parceria com a Humane Society Internacional, se juntou ao movimento global Segunda Sem Carne, comprometendo-se a oferecer refeições exclusivamente à base de vegetais em todas as suas escolas públicas um dia por semana. Este programa afetará aproximadamente 120 mil refeições por ano.

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