There are many reasons why people decide to go vegan, but according to these meat-eaters, the lifestyle shouldn’t be adopted because it’s “cruelty free.” They argue that even Cruelty Free International certified products aren’t entirely innocent if one was to look at the food industry as a whole. The discussion picked up serious heat after some vegans joined it, and it will surely draw you in, as well.
Forced labor, exploitation of workers, hazardous and extreme working conditions, lack of labor rights protecting agricultural workers and extremely low wage are still very common problems in the food supply chains. Agriculture is even responsible for 70% of child labor. Since 2012, the amount of kids working in the industry has increased by 10 million, reaching 108 million in total. And what about the Bolivians…
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