Tastes Like Freedom

TASTES LIKE FREEDOM

So you eat meat or farmed salmon and you want to know that the animals have had a good quality of life and has been transported and slaughtered humanely. Good. You need to buy products with either the Freedom Food label or the Soil Association Organic Standard stamp. This quest is all about finding out about the difference between all of the various food labels.

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A square badge with a chicken in the center with the words: Tastes Like Freedom

Find out about the animal welfare food labels.

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Inspiration

How was this animal kept? (Director's cut)

How was this animal kept? (Director's cut)

An introduction to different welfare standards.
8 minutes

FAQ

Too many labels is there a quick guide to the differences?

Luckily for you Compassion in World Farming has a short page about what each food label means - start there.

Beware of

Getting confused

Having done the research just keep in mind one or two welfare standards that you are happy to purchase.

How the points breakdown

4
  • Travel
  • Food
  • Pollution and waste
  • Energy
  • Animal rights
  • Human rights
  • Education and culture
  • Health and wellbeing
  • Water
  • Land and community
  • Finance
  • Building
  • Biodiversity

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