Welfarism

B.C. SPCA certifies meat.

Alyssa Bell Stoneman, farm animal welfare co-ordinator for the BC SPCA says, “If you plan to indulge, the SPCA Certified label means you can be naughty at the table and still be nice in the kitchen.”

“Chicken, sausages and eggs from Rockweld are all SPCA Certified, which means the animals were raised to BC SPCA farm animal welfare standards,” says Bell Stoneman.

The SPCA Certified labelling program strives to provide farm animals with freedom to express behaviours that promote well-being.

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