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Would you still eat Chicken in India? Shocking Cruelty

Chicken Battery farmWith increasing income levels due to economic growth, meat consumption in Asian countries has risen over the last decade.  However, legislation for hygiene as well as animal rights continue to be very lax. 

Here is a PETA video that shows the extent of cruelty in the processing of chickens and eggs in India at all stages of processing.  Can we turn a blind eye to all this for the sake of our palate?

 

Other videos that show the cruelty in the meat industry:

Meat Your Meat Part 1 and 2
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