September 20, 2016
CMR and Humane Society International form alliance to improve animal welfare in restaurant group’s supply chain
Mexican restaurant operator CMR announced today that it will improve animal welfare standards in its supply chain in Mexico, starting with a transition to a cage-free egg supply chain.
September 5, 2016
HSI organized a forum with Mexico City legislators and officials, along with scholars and local organizations, to discuss the importance of including language to protect animals in the city's new constitution.
August 29, 2016
Alsea, the largest restaurant operator in Latin America, announced it will switch to a 100 percent cage-free eggs throughout its entire supply chain in Mexico, Latin America and Spain by 2025. This announcement comes after many years of working with Humane Society International.
August 9, 2016
Grupo Toks, a food company recognized for its leadership in corporate social responsibility, announced that it will source only cage-free eggs and crate-free pork in its supply chain by 2022.
July 18, 2016
HSI officially launched “No More Dogfighting” (No + Peleas de Perros), a campaign aimed at passing legislation to criminalize dogfighting at the federal level, encouraging people to place tips against dogfighters, and training law-enforcement authorities to effectively respond to reports of dogfighting in Mexico.
May 31, 2016
On World Environment Day, HSI sends out a reminder that we can all help the planet every time we sit down to eat by choosing more plant-based foods.
April 8, 2016
Humane Society International is calling on Mexico's public broadcaster Canal Once to stop broadcasting the bullfighting show "Toros Sol y Sombra."
March 21, 2016
HSI/Mexico worked with local authorities and advocates to secure the permanent cancellation of Kots Kaal Pato, an annual Yucatan ritual of stringing up small animals like piñatas and beating them to death or cutting off their heads.
March 4, 2016
City officials in Mexico City, San Miguel Allende and Aguascalientes received training, technical assistance and donated animal handling equipment as part of an anti-animal abuse program. Each city signed an agreement with Humane Society International, which is providing the services this month.
February 1, 2016
HSI has called on the Governor of Veracruz and the Mayor of Tlacotalpan to put an end to the “Embalse de Toros,” a cruel event where Cebu bulls are beaten and drowned.