Advances in animal welfare thanks to our initiatives

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Better standards in animal welfare for a fair, sustainable and humanitarian food system.

The Ministry of Consumer Affairs is working on a royal decree project for the installation of video surveillance cameras in slaughterhouses

This initiative has been possible in part by grants from the Animal Charity Evaluators, Open Philanthropy Project Fund and Pollination Project.

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After months of meetings with Equalia, the international supermarket chain E.Leclerc has published its commitment to sell only eggs from cage-free hens from 2025 onwards

This initiative has been possible in part by grants from the Center for Effective Altruism, Pollination Project and the Open Philanthropy Project Fund, an advisory fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

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After conversations between Aldi and the international animal protection coalition focused on the poultry sector Open Wing Alliance (OWA), of which Equalia is a member, Germany's leading supermarket chain Aldi, is committed to the set of measures described in the European Chicken Commitment. Aldi, which has a strong presence in Spain, is the first supermarket to take this step in our country. This proposal includes a series of scientifically guaranteed measures to raise the standards of chicken breeding for meat.

This initiative has been possible in part by grants from the Center for Effective Altruism, Animal Charity Evaluators and the Open Philanthropy Project Fund, an advisory fund of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation.

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Progress on the Law

for Video Surveillance Cameras in Slaughterhouses Initiative

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Progress on the

Cage-free Hens' Eggs

Initiative

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Progress on the European Chicken Commitment Initiative