Companies Committed to Improving Animal Welfare

Brands & Producers | Distributors | Retailers | Food Service |
Home Delivery | Restaurants

Every food company with animal-derived products in its supply chain has an opportunity—and the responsibility—to make sure these intelligent, sentient beings are treated with compassion. More humane husbandry practices exist, and sourcing from better farms and ranches is possible. Purpose-driven procurement is a powerful tool for change!

Several companies have worked with the ASPCA to improve animal welfare in their supply chains, and create a more humane and sustainable farming system for all.


Brands & Producers

Distributors

Retailers

Food Service

  • Caviar — all pork certified by 2021 for San Francisco R&D kitchens.
  • Ceres Project — all turkey and goat dairy certified by 2017. Commitment Achieved!
  • DC Greenleaf — all chicken, eggs, and beef certified by 2024. Has made the Better Chicken Commitment.
  • Genuine Foods — all eggs, chicken, beef and pork certified by 2021; has made a Better Chicken Commitment.
  • Root & Stem — all chicken, eggs, and beef certified by 2024. Has made the Better Chicken Commitment.
  • Rootastes — all chicken and beef certified by 2021; has made a Better Chicken Commitment.
  • The Town Kitchen — all eggs are cage-free Certified Humane; butter certified by 2021; beef and pork certified by 2022. Commitment Achieved for Eggs!

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Restaurants

The Better Chicken Commitment is a comprehensive, multi-faceted animal welfare policy to improve broiler chicken breeds, rearing and slaughter welfare standards by 2024. This commitment is endorsed by the ASPCA and many other animal welfare organizations.

Learn more about the ASPCA’s work with companies and farmers.

To find out how your company can get started improving animal welfare in your supply chain, please contact us at: [email protected].