July 22, 2014
“Déjalas Mover” Campaign Against Lifelong Confinement of Animals in Food Production in Cages in Mexico Launched
Mexican celebrities, NGOs and food companies joined HSI to launch Déjalas Mover, Let Them Move, a campaign to end the most controversial practice in animal agriculture: the lifelong confinement of egg-laying hens and breeding sows in cages so small the animals can barely move.
May 22, 2014
HSI’s first annual National Farm Animal Welfare Journalist Award was launched in Mexico. The award program honors outstanding journalistic works that have raised public awareness on farm animal production and factory farming issues in Mexico.
April 11, 2014
Arcos Dorados announced a new requirement for its pork suppliers to present, within two years, documented plans to limit gestation crate use and promote group housing for sows.
April 9, 2014
Food companies around the globe are understanding that better treatment of animals is good for business, as consumers oppose animal cruelty and are increasingly opting for higher welfare products.
August 5, 2013
Google México joined a growing number of corporations and food retailers around the world that are no longer using eggs from hens in barren battery cages.
July 24, 2013
Deputy Director of HSI Farm Animals Elissa Lane traveled across Latin America to speak out for farm animal welfare.
February 19, 2013
HSI applauds Mexico City-based restaurant Pan Comido for its decision to end its procurement of conventional battery cage eggs, and serve only cage-free eggs.
December 6, 2012
A survey conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Humane Society International showed that most European consumers want a ban on imports of horsemeat from countries whose food safety regulations do not meet European Union standards.
October 1, 2012
HSI travelled to the Perote Valley in Mexico to assess the impact of an intensive confinement facility on Fausto Limón, his family and his community.
August 1, 2012
HSI supports a local organization called PEACE that offers free spay/neuter services for the companion animals of low-income residents of Bahia de Banderas, Mexico.