Red Robin: Stop supporting cruelty to chickens!
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Red Robin claims that their “standards for food quality are among the highest in the restaurant industry,” but Red Robin sources chickens from cruel and unsustainable factory farms. Some of the largest companies in the restaurant industry, including Starbucks, Chipotle, and Panera have committed to sweeping welfare reforms for the chickens in their supply chain. Why won't Red Robin do the same and enact a meaningful animal welfare policy that protects the chickens it purchases?
Currently, chickens farmed for Red Robin endure extreme abuse and cruelty. Right after hatching, these baby chickens face horrible conditions. They are crammed by the thousands into filthy, windowless sheds. They are bred to grow at unnaturally fast rates, causing pain and debilitating injuries. They are less than 2 months old when they are hung by their feet in shackles, electrocuted, and slit at the throat while fully conscious. This animal cruelty is completely unnecessary and unacceptable.
Following efforts from The Humane League, several major companies in the foodservice industry have released comprehensive chicken welfare policies to address the myriad forms of cruelty to chickens in their supply chains. Until Red Robin commits to addressing the cruelty in its supply chain, we encourage customers to join the growing movement of consumers boycotting restaurants that do not take animal abuse seriously.
Please sign our petition and demand that Red Robin adopt a meaningful animal welfare policy that spares birds from the worst abuses they currently endure in the restaurant’s supply chain. It’s time for Red Robin to release a policy to provide birds with more space and a clean, naturally lit environment, shift away from fast-growing breeds of birds, and eliminate live-shackle slaughter methods.
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