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Plant Potential: Our New Program

Published on August 31, 2022
For a better and more plant-based future: We want to convince companies to permanently reduce their use of animal products.

Germany’s Path to Ending Cages for Hens

Published on August 8, 2022
As of 2026, the use of cages for laying hens will be a thing of the past in Germany. We are taking a look at the decade-long struggle to achieve this goal.

2 New Supporters of the Chicken Commitment

Published on July 27, 2022
The restaurant chain L’Osteria and the food producer Vossko will raise their animal welfare standards for chickens raised for meat.

Cage-free: 88% of commitments fulfilled

Published on July 27, 2022
More than 2,300 companies have published cage-free commitments. The Open Wing Alliance examined how the implementation is coming along.

Privathof Fulfills Chicken Commitment Criteria

Published on June 2, 2022
The PHW Group’s »Privathof« concept fulfills the criteria of the European Chicken Commitment. We gladly welcome this addition.

Chicken Commitment Keeps Growing

Published on June 2, 2022
The baked goods producer DEH and the caterer L & D have joined the European Chicken Commitment and will reduce the suffering of chickens.

Meat Consumption in Germany at Record Low

Published on May 14, 2022
At 55 kg per capita, Germans ate less meat in 2021 than they have for a long time. There are several causes for this positive development.

Less Suffering in the Aquaculture Industry

Published on April 6, 2022
Through our work, we contribute to increasing the importance of animal welfare for fishes and other aquatic animals.

Six New Members Join Chicken Commitment

Published on March 28, 2022
Two food producers, one specialist wholesaler and three student service organizations have committed to raise their animal welfare standards.

Rewe Supports Higher Minimum Standards

Published on March 22, 2022
The German food retailer Rewe will advocate for more animal welfare in chicken farming―in a different way, however, than we had demanded.