Hard Rock: Stop Supporting Chicken Abuse!

Hard Rock: Stop Supporting Chicken Abuse!

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The Humane League started this petition to Executive Vice President, CFO Seminole Gaming & Hard Rock International John Eder and

Hard Rock claims to be a company founded on social purpose, with mottos that include 'Love All-Serve All' and 'Take Time To Be Kind'. The disturbing reality, however, is that Hard Rock is profiting from the extreme abuse of millions of egg-laying hens suffering in its global supply chain. 

Hard Rock refuses to end its support of farms that confine hens in tiny, filthy cages. These cages are so small and packed with birds that the hens can’t do anything that is natural or important to them. Often, their body parts are caught in the caging, which results in fractured or broken bones, deformities, and severe feather loss. Some hens, exhausted or unable to move, are trampled to death by their cage mates. 

Hundreds of companies around the world are ditching cages. Global commitments to end cruel cages are being made by some of the largest companies in the world, including Burger King, Tim Hortons, Popeyes, Unilever, Nestle, Aldi, InterContinental Hotels, Sodexo, Marriott, Wyndham, Compass Group, Shake Shack, Famous Brands, Costa Coffee, and Barilla. Even low-end fast food and pet food companies are moving away from this horrible practice. Hard Rock, however, has failed to join this movement towards better treatment of animals globally.

The sad truth is that while proclaiming ‘All Is One’ and ‘Save The Planet’, Hard Rock is sourcing eggs from some of the most abused hens on the planet. The world is now asking Hard Rock to meet basic animal welfare standards and to join the growing wave of companies that are abolishing some of the worst factory farm abuses. 

It’s time for Hard Rock to make a change. Please sign this petition to encourage Hard Rock to finally go cage-free globally.

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